Ferris State University
A blunt assessment of America’s energy problems from Congress’ just-retired “Mr. Science” kicked off Day Two of the Michigan Energy Conference at Ferris State University Wednesday.
If you want a comprehensive overlook at Michigan’s green energy future, from all angles, Ferris State University’s Michigan Energy Conference is the place for you this week.
Ferris State University’s fourth annual Michigan Energy Conference April 13-14 hopes to use its broader agenda to draw a bigger crowd than the first three editions of the springtime event. The event features practical information on renewable energy for commercial and residential buildings.
Tuesday’s Tech Tour stop was Ferris State University in Big Rapids, a highly technical school in Big Rapids, a pretty, historical town on the southern edge of the Manistee National Forest (and thus, on the […]
The United States Department of Energy has selected Dow Building & Construction, a business group within the Advanced Materials Division of Midland-based Dow Chemical Co., to lead a multi-year project that will combine research and […]