Morgantown, W.Va. - Trina Wafle, interim director of the National Alternative Fuel Training Consortium, will be a panelist at a Sept. 12 event that will inform West Virginia leaders on why electric vehicles are important to the the state’s economy. Learn more.
The NAFTC is a program of the Energy Institute at West Virginia University.
NAFTC is a membership-guided collaboration primarily of two-year community and technical education institutions and four-year institutions of higher education with automotive programs. Its mission is to educate new and existing automotive technicians to support the growing industry of alternative fuel and electric vehicles.