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Princeton University China Energy Group (CEG) is a student-operated research-focused organization based at Princeton University. CEG’s objective is to encourage sharing of ideas and perspectives on China’s energy situation, and communication amongst members on their research’s energy implications.

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Princeton-PKU Student/Young Scientist Workshop on Air Pollution and Climate

May 9th, 2015
Location: E-Quad E219, Princeton University

Lunch Discussion -- Large-scale Energy Storage

Bo Guo led a discussion on large-scale energy storage.

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  Meet the industry leader: Chevron Ammonia Ammonia: An Overlooked Byproduct from Energy Generation join us Apply to be a member
(09/27/13) A dozen of CEG members joined the lunch with recruiters from Chevron to learn about everything you want to know about Chevron. (by Kang Sun) Controlling ammonia actually can be a more efficient way to mitigate the environment impact from energy generation. Interested in China energy development? Come and join us!
  Talk to the experts CCS in China CO2 Storage: Large-scale low-cost demonstration opportunities in China Qiang_Li Welcome new members
CEG members took unique opportunity to discuss with Prof.Cong and other cholars from Tsinghua university over the energy topics of mutual interests. (by Zhong Zheng) CO2 source-sink matching identifies low-cost opportunities for large-scale CO2 capture and storage demonstration projects in China. Bo Jiang and Peichao Li joined China Energy Group


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