Eight Mississippi universities will share in a $725,000 Department of Energy grant to MDA to develop programs to reduce energy consumption 20 percent by 2020. The Tennessee Valley Authority announced Wednesday it will add $150,000 to the program over three years. State officials say energy-saving ideas developed at the schools will be passed along amongst all the universities and other state agencies.The Department of Energy is spending $7.9 million to help 13 states cut energy costs.