The Electric Power Research Institute's evolving technology transfer system between a diverse set of university and industrial R&D resources and a diverse group of end-users in a mature industry
by Richard B. Block
International Journal of Technology Management (IJTM), Vol. 8, No. 6/7/8, 1993

Abstract: Eight key issues that influence the success of a technology transfer program within the context of an R&D consortium are outlined on the basis of the 17-year experience of the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). Each of the issues is discussed in terms of EPRI's approach to solving the issue, lessons learned to date vis-a-vis the issue, and near-term, additional actions being taken to further resolve the issue.

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