OSU gets stimulus cash for ‘smart grid’ training - Business First of Columbus:
Ohio State University has been awarded $2.5 million in federal stimulus funding to train engineers and educators in the burgeoning field of “
The award was part of about $3.2 million the Obama administration announced this week for projects in Ohio aimed at training
At Ohio State, the funding will be used to train electrical engineers, specifically with a simulation of a real
As the school works to bolster the work force with the needed skills for
GridSmart also plans to fund the testing of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles and energy-efficient appliances with expectations for more than 500 new jobs created over three years as a result.