House and Senate bills kill DOE Energy Innovation Hubs

Earlier this year, U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu proposed the creation of eight Energy Innovation Hubs across the country as a pillar for the Department of Energy (DOE) research program. The FY2010 DOE budget request summarizes: "The purpose of the Hubs is to support cross-disciplinary researc...

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