Energy and Automotive Research Laboratory (EARL)


The world-class Energy and Automotive Research Laboratories, a 30,000- square-foot complex, houses the University's research on automobile engine efficiency, alternative energy, and emission reduction. The facility contains two engine test cells, a powertrain lab, control rooms, fuel rooms, faculty and graduate student offices, and a conference room.


428 South Shaw Lane, Room 2555, East Lansing, MI 48824


Automotive energy engineers


MSU's College of Engineering. Funded by Ford Motor Company, Consumers Energy, MSU, and private donors.

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