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ExxonMobil Joins MIT Energy Initiative’s Low-Carbon Technology R&D Program

The MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) announced today that ExxonMobil will expand its support for MITEI’s research and development of low-carbon technologies, building on the company’s 2014 commitment as a founding member of MITEI to support faculty and student research.
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