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*The National Science Foundation (of the USA) is offering an [ environmental sustainability program] that supports research in the area of [[Engineering for sustainable development]].
*Canadian homeowners and small business owners can [ apply for grants and financial initiatives] from Natural Resources Canada for improving energy efficiency.
*The [ School of Engineering Learn, Lead and Serve (LLS) Fund] is a program at the Catholic University of Dayton in Ohio that offers $1,000 to $2,000 grants to individuals and groups for engineering research and community service. Grants and scholarships of this type are likely offered to students at other universities and colleges around the world. *The Bank of America offers funds to organizations and students through the [ Neighborhood Excellence Initiative]. The initiative supports community work in the areas of education, neighborhood preservation, arts and culture, and health and human services. <br> *The [ Energy Innovations Small Grant Program] provides grants for "small businesses, non-profits, individuals and academic institutions to conduct research that establishes the feasibility of new, innovative energy concepts". *Banks like the [ Santa Barbara County Federal Credit Union offer loans for installing solar power systems. *<br>
= Job Opportunities Publications =
See also: [[JobsJournals]]
*[ Solar water heat pasteurization] *[ Microchannel heat exchanger]<br>*[ Heat Exchangers: Selection, Rating and Thermal Design]
= Journals = See also: [[Journals]]  *<br>
= Work to be Done =
*The [ Engineering Subject Centre] in the UK offers resources for Education for [[Sustainable Development]].
*The [ Applied Sustainability Research Group] within the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering at [[Queen's University]] in Kingston, Ontario, Canada led by [[User:J.M.Pearce|J.M.Pearce]] provides the opportunity for research and education on engineering for sustainable development.
*The [ Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education] lists education programs in the United States. *<br> <br>  = Tools = *The [[Open source engineering software]] page has many links to various open source software programs used in engineering. *[ Thingiverse] is a website where people can share digital designs. It also provides a way to upload non-compliant files to be shared on Appropedia pages. *<br>
= Companies involved in creating with heat exchangers =
'''United States'''


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