GLOBAL CLIMATE AND ENERGY PROJECT (G-CEP)
A research collaboration whose mission is to study commercially viable technologies that foster the development of a global energy system where green-house emissions are much lower than today.
According to a New York Times article, the G-CEP was founded by grants of $100 million from ExxonMobil, $50 million from General Electric, $50 million from E.ON. (a large German energy company with nuclear and conventional power plants), and $25 million from Schlumberger. (New York Times, 11/21/02, p. A26)