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Construction Starts on Energy Technology Center in Pittsburgh Area

In another sign of the energy industry’s impact on the region, the Pittsburgh Technical Institute broke ground earlier this week on a $3.5 million energy technology center designed to educate individuals in the oil and gas electronics involved in extracting, transporting, and storing gas. The 15,392-square-foot facility, which is being funded partially by the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program, is expected to be completed this fall. The Post-Gazette has more.