Morgantown, W.Va. — Jack Bennett, a senior mechanical engineering student at West Virginia University , was one of only three scholarship college students from the United States selected to attend the China University of Mining and Technology 2016 Summer School.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) Director Bill Davis attended the North American School Bus EXPO Conference & Trade Show (STN EXPO) and Green Bus Summit in Reno, NV from July 23 through 27, 2016.
The STN EXPO is presented by School Transportation News magazine and is an annual conference that unites pupil transportation professionals from across the United States and worldwide.
Morgantown W.Va. — Rising 65 stories from the bedrock of the seventh largest river in the world, the Itaipu Dam harnesses the immense power of moving water to generate electricity. Now the mega-structure will also be able to harness the knowledge and expertise of West Virginia University’s engineers and scientists.
WVU’s Energy Institute and the Itaipu Dam, a bi-national entity run by Paraguay and Brazil and one of top hydroelectric power producers in the world, have entered into a partnership to promote workforce and economic development, innovations in water resource management and other environmental and renewable energy projects.
NAFTC continues nationwide rollout of technician training as propane continues to grow as a vehicle fuel
Morgantown, W.Va. — The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) conducted the sixth in a series of free Propane Autogas Vehicle Technician Training sessions taking place across the country on August 23-25. The free trainings are being held to rapidly introduce this material to technicians so they are able to safely and effectively maintain the increasing number of propane autogas vehicles in use.
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