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ON-SITE AMD TREATMENT + RARE EARTH EXTRACTION FACILITY

The West Virginia Water Research Institute, a program of the Energy Institute, has been awarded $5 million by the U.S. Department of Energy to scale up its successful Rare Earth Recovery Project, which will include building a facility at a new acid mine drainage treatment plant near Mount Storm.

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WVU FACULTY ASSISTANCE

We offer WVU energy faculty a variety of services from partnership development, proposal assistance, IP agreements and more.

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MOVING WEST VIRGINIA FORWARD

In 2017, WVU helped create an exciting, achievable plan to put the state on a path to new prosperity.  In 2019 Jim Wood was appointed by the governor to his task force to bring more energy manufacturing opportunities to the state. The Energy Institute has a valued history of working with state agencies to boost energy industries and economic development with clean energy research and education. 

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WVU IS A PROUD R1 RESEARCH UNIVERSITY
A classification earned by only the top research institutions in the nation