Provost Michael Harris Kettering is Presented by Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm with a Check For $951,500 for Swedish Bio Gas Project

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Provost Michael Harris Kettering is Presented by Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm with a Check For $951,500 for Swedish Bio Gas Project

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Provost Michael Harris Kettering is Presented by Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm with a Check For $951,500 for Swedish Bio Gas Project

  1. 1. Intentionally Innovative | Perspective https://bulldogs.kettering.edu/perspective/2010/04/01/intentionally-innovative/[5/31/2014 8:26:59 PM] Intentionally Innovative Posted on April 1, 2010 by Kettering University Present to unveil the check were (from left) Tom Guise, Dr. Michael Harris, Flint Mayor Dayne Walling, Governor Granholm and Martin Dober. Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm presented a check for $951,500 to Kettering during ceremonies in February to celebrate Kettering’s commitment to advancing alternative energy technology through partnership in the Flint Center for Energy Excellence. The Center is a unique partnership between Kettering, the city of Flint and Swedish Biogas International with a total of $8-10 million invested. Gov. Granholm presented the check from the U.S. Department of Energy to Provost Michael Harris. Harris said the Flint Center of Energy Excellence is living up to its promise to advance alternative energy options through partnership and collaboration in ← Hockey season a success Spring 2010 issue of Kettering Perspective available for download → Perspective By Issue Fall 2010 Fall 2011 Fall 2012 Spring 2010 Spring 2011 Spring 2012 Summer 2010 Summer 2011 Summer 2012 Uncategorized Winter 2010 Winter 2011 Winter 2012 Kettering on Twitter Kettering Sites Kettering Facebook Kettering Hockey on Facebook Kettering Homepage Kettering LinkedIn Kettering News Kettnetic Thunder Recent Comments bad dog behaviors and what they mean on Kettering Authors Muzyka Programy on About Kettering Perspective My Homepage on Kettering Authors LARRY EGAN on Hall of Famer: Softball prowess nets alum Hall induction Dennis Schrader on About Kettering Perspective Archives August 2013 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 Home About Kettering Perspective President’s Perspective On Campus Kettering Kudos Greek Perspective Magazine Features Alumni News Class Notes Giving News Kettering on Facebook Kettering on Twitter Magazine PDFs Kettering Authors Search
  2. 2. Intentionally Innovative | Perspective https://bulldogs.kettering.edu/perspective/2010/04/01/intentionally-innovative/[5/31/2014 8:26:59 PM] an innovative manner. “Gov. Granholm has focused efforts facilitating partnerships between the world’s leading alternative energy companies and Michigan’s best universities in an effort to transform Michigan’s economy,” Harris said. “Kettering University is proud to be part of this future and will continue to work in a collaborative manner while exploring innovative technology in building a bright future for our university, the city, the region and the state,” he added. Five guests spoke during the check presentation ceremony in Kettering’s Loeffler Lab: Martin Dober, vice president of new markets for the Michigan Economic Development Corp.; Tom Guise, CEO, Swedish Biogas International; Flint Mayor Dayne Walling; Kettering Provost Michael Harris; and Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm. Harris said the Governor’s visit focuses attention on the successful ongoing partnership between Swedish Biogas International, the City of Flint, Sweden’s Linkoping University and Kettering. In September 2008, his Majesty Carl XVI Gustaf, King of Sweden, came to Kettering to initiate the collaborative partnership and focus international attention to the importance of alternative energy research. This entry was posted in Spring 2010 and tagged Kettering Kudos. Bookmark the permalink. ← Hockey season a success Spring 2010 issue of Kettering Perspective available for download → April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 December 2010 August 2010 April 2010 February 2010 Perspective Proudly powered by WordPress.

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