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JAMES WOOD NAMED INTERIM DIRECTOR

WVU is pleased to announce James F. Wood as interim director of the Energy Institute, replacing Brian Anderson who has been named to lead the U.S. DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory.

Read more about Wood's experience as a national and international energy leader.

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WEST VIRGINIA ON WORLD ENERGY STAGE

An $83.7 billion energy investment in West Virginia over the next 20 years by China Energy will help expand the state's energy market and provide cleaner, cheaper energy across the United States. 

The Appalachia Storage and Trading Hub, a major research initiative of the Energy Institute, is a key component. The development of manufacturing facilities in addition to spin-off industries will bring thousands of permanent jobs directly into the state.  

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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.  The Energy Institute is working closely with the WV Commerce Department to boost energy industries and economic development with clean energy research.

Learn about West Virginia Forward.  

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