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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will award a $7.5 million grant for a five-year project to develop more reliable and affordable access to energy in India. DOE officials said the goal of the project is an energy distribution grid that is smarter and more reliable. Researchers from the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station Smart Grid Center, as well as other U.S. participants, have joined the initiative between the DOE and India’s Ministry of Science. U.S. Energy Secretary and class of ’72 Texas A&M graduate Rick Perry said the consortium of academic, public and private participants “demonstrates the U.S. and Indian commitments to ensuring access to affordable and reliable energy in both countries.”

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