Programs

Analytical Laboratory of the NRCCE

Quality Chemical & Environmental Testing for Your Analytical Needs

  • Supporting environmental and engineering project analyses for academic, corporate and government clientele
  • Providing high quality physical, biological, and chemical analytical testing services to WVU faculty and external researchers
  • Providing testing services for groundwater, coal ash, soil, grain, fish tissue, sewage and wastewater

Gabriela Perhinschi 2015Gabriela Perhinschi, Lab Manager

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Telephone: 304.293.6134

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Water Quality and Quantity • Acid Mine Drainage • Selenium

Appalachian Oil and Natural Gas Research Consortium (AONGRC)

  • Conducts multidisciplinary research in the immediate and long-range needs of petroleum and natural gas technology in the Appalachian region.
  • Enhances oil and gas production from marginal fields and develops new sources of shallow gas
  • Develops deeper sources of natural gas as well as maps and expands our energy infrastructure

Doug Patchen, Resource Extraction Division Director
Doug Patchen, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.6216

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Advanced Virtual Energy Simulation Training and Research Center   (AVESTAR®)

Operational Excellence for Clean Energy Systems

Visualizing the future of energy…immersive, simulator-based training and research for integrated gasification combined cycle power plants with carbon capture…

  • Advanced dynamic simulation, control and virtual power plant technologies
  • Real-time, high-fidelity dynamic simulators with full-scope operator training systems
  • 3D virtual immersive training systems
  • Integrated virtual IGCC plant and control room environment

Richard Turton, AVESTAR Center Manager

Richard Turton, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.9364

To learn more, please contact Richard Turton.

Advanced Coal Combustion • International Activities • Carbon Capture, Utilization and Sequestration

Environmental Technology Center

Jennifer Hause, WVWRI Program ManagerJennifer Hause, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.7003

To learn more, please contact Jennifer Hause.

A program of the West Virginia Water Research Institute

Water Quality and Quantity  • Acid Mine Drainage  • Selenium  • Mine Land Reclamation  • Shale Gas

Geo-Engineering Center

  • Dedicated to addressing projects within the fields of geotechnical and geo-environmental engineering research, technology development and deployment
  • Works to support engineering needs through innovative technology deployment.

John Quaranta

John Quaranta, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.9942

A program of the West Virginia Water Research Institute

To learn more, please contact John Quaranta.

Mine Land Reclamation

Hydrogeology Research Center (HRC)

  • Conducts academic research in hydrogeology, geochemistry and hydrology
  • Focuses on applied water research problems, often in areas of mining or karst occurrence, within West Virginia and the mid-Appalachian region
  • Research areas include water availability, contamination and development
  • Full-time researchers as well as research associates and graduate students from both within and outside West Virginia University
  • Most projects are collaborative with local and state partners

Joe Donovan

Joseph Donovan, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.9803

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A program of the West Virginia Water Research Institute

Water Quality and Quantity • Acid Mine Drainage

Industries of the Future – West Virginia (IOF-WV)

Creating Energy Advantages for West Virginia Industry

  • Works with energy-intensive industries to save energy, reduce waste and improve productivity
  • Identifies high priority research needs and develops research projects between WVU faculty, industry and federal research labs that improve industrial energy efficiency, enhance environmental performance and promote adoption of renewable technologies

Carl Irwin
Carl Irwin, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.7318

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Industrial Energy Efficiency • Renewables

National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium  (NAFTC)

Training with Impact

  • A pioneer and national leader in developing, managing and promoting programs and activities that encourage cleaner transportation
  • The only nationwide alternative fuel vehicle and advanced technology vehicle training organization in the United States
  • Manages programs, develops curricula and conducts training and outreach and education programs nationwide about alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles
  • Member network includes nearly 50 secondary and post-secondary institutions, along with businesses and organizations, across the United States

Bill Davis
Bill Davis, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.7882

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Batteries • Shale Gas • International Activities • Altfuel Vehicles:  Flexfuel, H2, Hybrid, Electric, NGV

National Environmental Services Center (NESC)

Assistance. Solutions. Knowledge.

  • For more than 35 years helping thousands of small, rural communities with their drinking water, wastewater, environmental training, infrastructure resilience and utility management needs

Mark Kemp 2015

Mark Kemp, Communications Director

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Telephone: 304.293.6895

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Water Quality and Quantity • Residential Water and Sewage • International Activities • Rural Communities

National Mine Lands Reclamation Center (NMLRC)

  • Addresses reclamation problems related to active and abandoned coal mines
  • Internationally-recognized leader in the area of acid mine drainage (AMD) and other mining environmental issues
  • Concentrates on project progress and completion, bridging the gap of traditional academic research resulting in successful industry and university partnerships

Paul Ziemkiewicz
Paul Ziemkiewicz, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.6958

 

A program of the West Virginia Water Research Institute

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Water Quality and Quantity • Acid Mine Drainage • Mine Land Reclamation • International Activities

Northern West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Center  (NBAC)

Supporting West Virginia Community Efforts to Redevelop Brownfields

  • Supports community efforts in West Virginia to redevelop brownfields into productive land
  • Provides help to solicit grants and low interest loans for site assessments, clean-ups and environmental job training, legal and planning work

Kirby
Patrick Kirby, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.6984

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A program of the West Virginia Water Research Institute

 

Abandoned Industrial Property • Mine Land Reclamation • Rural Communities

Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)

Scientific & Technological Solutions to Advance Research & Education

  • Advancing national priorities and serving public interest by integrating academic, government and scientific resources globally
  • Providing innovative solutions to strengthen and secure America
  • Encompasses 114 Ph.D.-granting universities across the United States, the United Kingdom, and Puerto Rico.

 

Richard BajuraRichard Bajura, WVU Director

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Telephone: 304.293.6038

For more information visit the national ORAU site.

 

Petroleum Technology Transfer Council Resource Center for the Appalachian Region  (PTTC)

Technology Transfer & Best-Practices Within the Oil & Gas Community

  • A partnership to connect independents with the technology and knowledge to safely and responsibly develop the nation’s oil and gas resources
  • An important part of America’s energy solution
  • A national not-for-profit organization offering local, affordable workshops that bring proven technologies to the needs of industry

Doug Patchen
Doug Patchen, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.6216

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Shale Gas • International Activities

NETL-Regional University Alliance  (NETL-RUA)

Shared Intellect. Shared Laboratories. Shared Resources.

  • Collaborates with the US DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • Develops and deploys safe, efficient and affordable energy technologies to power the world’s homes, industries, businesses and transportation while protecting the environment and enhancing our nation’s energy independence.
  • Combines NETL’s expertise in technology development and demonstration with the diverse capabilities of industry and university partners
  • Accelerates commercialization of advanced technologies by engaging industry early and combining experimental research with computer models to reduce the time, risk, and expense of developing new technology from design to deployment
  • Provides students and early career researchers with hands-on energy research opportunities
  • Leverages core competencies to a broader range of energy and environmental issues and clients to create new products and jobs for increased economic impact.

Richard Bajura
Richard Bajura, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.6034

For more information, please contact Richard Bajura.

 

Advanced Coal Combustion • Coal and Natural Gas to Liquids • Electricity Grid • Shale Gas • International Activities • Carbon Capture, Utilization and Sequestration • Mine Land Reclamation • Fuel Cells

Three Rivers QUEST  (3RQ)

Water Monitoring on the Monongahela, Allegheny, & Upper Ohio Rivers

QUEST = Quality Useful Environmental Study Teams

  • A water quality monitoring and reporting project for the Monongahela, Allegheny and Upper Ohio River Basins based on the earlier Monongahela River Water Quality Study
  • Calls on both researchers and citizen-based groups to collect important water quality information and displays the information on the project’s website
  • Provides the public, researchers, federal and state agencies, and industry with timely and accurate information about the overall health of  local rivers and streams

Melissa O'Neal
Melissa O’Neal, Program Manager

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Telephone: 304.293.7006

A program of the West Virginia Water Reseach Institute. Learn more.

Water Quality and Quantity • Acid Mine Drainage • Mine Land Reclamation

TransTech Energy Research & Business Development

Promoting New Companies & Commercializable Products for America’s Energy & Manufacturing Transitions

  • Promoting investment in and nurturing of new companies and products that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve industrial competitiveness, increase demand for advanced manufacturing processes and create new business development opportunities
  • Advocating for the development of transition technologies, strategies, apps and software that move us along the pathway to a more economically and environmentally sustainable future
  • Annual conference held in Morgantown, WV

Carl Irwin

Carl Irwin, Director

(304)-293-7318

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US-China Energy Center  (US-CEC)

Promoting Affordable, Safe, Clean Technologies for Coal & Other Energy Resources

  • Operates across West Virginia University to coordinate, expand and develop linkages between:
    1. Energy and coal related research, teaching and outreach activities with China
    2. Programs related directly to activities with China
    3. New initiatives to support research and economic development activities related to US-China interactions in energy and clean coal technologies in the various colleges and units at WVU
    4. Includes an economic development component related to the development of institutional and business links between the US and China governmental units and private sector companies
  • A formal participant under the Annex II-A to the Protocol on Cooperation between the US Department of Energy and the People’s Republic of China Ministry of Science and Technology in the Area of Clean Fuels

Jerry Fletcher

Jerry Fletcher, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.5499

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Coal and Natural Gas to Liquids •  International Activities • Carbon Capture, Utilization and Sequestration

Water Resources Research (WRR)

Water Quality and Quantity • Acid Mine Drainage • Selenium • Mine Land Reclamation • Shale Gas
  • A US Geological Survey 104b program dedicated to addressing water issues unique to West Virginia through a targeted research program
  • Receives co-funding from across WVU departments whose faculty conduct research and from state funds provided by the NRCCE

Paul Ziemkiewicz
Paul Ziemkiewicz, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.6958

 

A program of the West Virginia Water Research Institute

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West Virginia BAD Buildings Program (BAD)

  • The BAD Buildings Program provides technical assistance and tools to address abandoned and dilapidated buildings in West Virginia.
  • BAD works with communities in Charleston, Fairmont, Glenville, Hamlin, Kenova, Middleway, Morgantown, Moundsville, Parsons, Point Pleasant, Ronceverte, Shinnston, Terra Alta, Thomas, Wheeling, Whitesville, and Weston.


Luke Elser, Program Manager

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Telephone: 304.293.6990

A program of the West Virginia Water Research Institute

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Urban Renewal • Brownfields • Abandoned & Dilapidated Buildings

West Virginia-US Department of Energy Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (WV-DOE EPSCoR)

  • A federal-state partnership program designed to enhance the capabilities of designated states and territories to conduct sustainable and nationally competitive energy-related research
  • Calls for proposals are released annually and are coordinated at the state level by the WVU NRCCE Director’s Office with the West Virginia EPSCoR Office
  • Past DOE EPSCoR programs include the Advanced Power and Electricity Research Center based in the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources and the National Institute of Fuel Cell Technology also based in the Statler College

Richard Bajura
Richard Bajura, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.6034

For more information contact Richard Bajura.

Past Announcements.

State Information.

National Information.

Electricity Grid • Batteries • Renewables

West Virginia Water Research Institute (WVWRI)

Dedicated to the Preservation & Restoration of the Natural Environment

  • Preserves and restores the natural environment through research and partnerships with industry, government, academia and watershed organizations
  • Focuses on water, air and soil quality and safety issues especially as related to coal and mining production and use and shale gas production
  • Assembles competitive research teams in response to funding opportunities

Paul Ziemkiewicz
Paul Ziemkiewicz, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.6958

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Water Quality and Quantity  • Acid Mine Drainage  • Selenium  • Mine Land Reclamation  • Shale Gas  • International Activities

Affiliated Programs


Advanced Power & Electricity Research Center (APERC)

Capitalizing on the Challenge of Change

  • A multi-disciplinary program based in the WVU College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, APERC started as a WV-US DOE EPSCoR project.
  • Innovations in system-wide control using operational and economic data to allow companies to be profitable in a competitive market
  • Links technological research with business and defense strategies to find optimal solutions
  • Interested equally in controls to ensure system reliability and availability for large-scale systems such as the transmission grid and for small-scale systems such as those found on military ships
  • Enhances power reliability with optimal control designs

Ali Feliachi
Ali Feliachi, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.9690

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Electricity Grid

Electrochemical Systems Research Center (ESRC)

Formerly the Center for Electrochemical Energy Systems (CEES)

Science Pushing the Boundaries of Energy Materials

  • Researching batteries and fuel cells from kilowatts to megawatts
  • Research for consumer products, power generation, transmission and chemical industries
  • Making electrochemical systems more robust, affordable and safer
  • Creating technology-to-market strategies
  • Serving major manufacturers and small business
  • Expertise in materials development, multi-scale modeling, materials characterization, business development law
  • Utility-scale batteries to promote adoption of renewable technologies on the grid

Xingbo Liu
Xingbo Liu, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.3339

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Electricity Grid • Batteries • International Activities • Fuel Cells • Renewables

National Institute of Fuel-Cell Technology (NIFT)

Internationally Recognized, Sustainable Fuel Cell Research Center for Coal-Based Clean Power Generation

  • Created under a WV-DOE EPSCoR Award
  • Strives to make fuel cells an affordable, efficient and clean source of energy
  • Applies nano-technology to develop and fabricate materials for advanced coal-based fuel cells
  • Models fuel cell performance from atomistic to continuum scale using high performance computing
  • Operates a state-of-the-art material characterization and fuel cell testing laboratory
  • Collaborate with industry and with the U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory

Ismail Celik

Ismail Celik, Director

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Telephone: 304.293.3209

 

 

For more information contact Ismail Celik.

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Advanced Coal Combustion • Batteries • International Activities • Fuel Cells

Shale Gas Network

Engaging WVU Faculty, Research Staff, Graduate Students, and the Regional Research Community in Shale Gas Issues

  • Quarterly forums and networking poster sessions
  • Occasional research funding opportunities
  • Online presence allowing network participants to connect
  • Sponsored by the WVU Research Office and the National Research Center for Coal and Energy

Trina Wafle, NRCCE Deputy DirectorTrina Wafle, Coordinator

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Telephone: 304.293.6038

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Shale Gas • Drilling • International Activities • Energy • Economics

Completed Programs


Acid Drainage Technology Initiative (ADTI)

Water Quality and Quantity • Acid Mine Drainage • Mine Land Reclamation

The Acid Drainage Technology Initiative was initiated to improve acid drainage technologies. The guiding principle was to build a consensus among industry and federal and state regulatory agencies on what worked. ADT focused its efforts on technology development and technology transfer in the areas of mine drainage prediction, sampling/monitoring, modeling and avoidance/remediation.

Contact: Paul Ziemkiewicz
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Telephone: 304.293.6958

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Appalachian Clean Streams Initiative (ACSI)

The Applachain Clean Streams Initiative was a non-regulatory effort to remediate acid mine drainage often found at abandoned and bond-forfeited mine sites. It developed state, local and federal partnerships to clean up polluted streams using watershed-based planning efforts.  It focused energies and resources of citizens, communities and corporations while it increased communication to eliminate duplicate efforts among state, local and federal agencies.

Contact:  Paul Ziemkiewicz, E-Mail, Telephone: 304.293.6958

Was a program of the West Virginia Water Research Institute

View their website.

Water Quality and Quantity • Acid Mine Drainage • Mine Land Reclamation

Appalachian Research Initiative for Environmental Science (ARIES)

ARIES engaged in detailed studies of the environmental impacts of the mining, gas and energy sectors in Appalachia, focusing on upstream (mining, drilling and processing) and downstream (water, land and air) issues.  It conducted scientific inquiry and research, fostered publication, and contributed to the relevant literature while engaging in outreach efforts to share and disseminate results.  Initially, work focused on the coal mining industry.

Contact:  Paul Ziemkiewicz; E-Mail; Telephone: 304.293.6958

Was a program of the West Virginia Water Research Institute

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Water Quality and Quantity • Acid Mine Drainage • Mine Land Reclamation

Center for Advanced Separation Technology (CAST)

Advanced Coal Combustion

CAST worked to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the mining industry through the development and refinement of the coal separation process.

Contact: Richard Bajura
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Telephone: 304.293.6034

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Central and Southern Appalachian Workshop on Climate Variability and Change (CSAW)

Renewables

Sponsored by the US Office of Science and Technology Policy and the US Global Change Research Program, CSAW was a series of regional workshops that worked to improve the understanding of global climate change.

The workshops opened the discussion for examining the vulnerabilities of the United States to climate variability and to begin aggregating information across regions to support national-scale assessment called for in the Global Change Research Act.

Contact: Trina Wafle
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Telephone: 304.293.6038

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Combustion Byproducts Recycling Consortium (CBRC)

Advanced Coal Combustion

The CBRC provided seed money to researchers to develop innovative applications for coal combustion byproducts while ensuring their economic and environmental sustainability.

The CBRC funded 52 projects in excess of $10 million ($5,973,861 in federal funds and more than $4,775,313 in cost share). As a result, many of the CBRC’s technologies were selected for large-scale demonstrations, with several technologies generating results that were adopted as agency policy or adopted by industry as commercial processes.

Contact: Paul Ziemkiewicz
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Telephone: 304.293.6958

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Consortium for Fossil Fuel Science (CFFS)

Coal and Natural Gas to Liquids

Besides WVU, the consortium included the University of Kentucky (where it was headquartered), the University of Pittsburgh, Auburn University, and the University of Utah. CFFS focused on the chemistry for the production of hydrogen fuels and transportation liquids from natural gas and synthesis gas produced from coal, biomass or waste. Using state-of-the-art technologies, WVU researchers sought new catalysts and an understanding of chemical reaction processes in the production of premium-grade liquid fuels and hydrogen from coal and natural gas.

Contact:  Richard Bajura
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Telephone: 304.293.6034

Generic Mineral Technology Center for Respirable Dust (GMTCRD)

Rural Communities

The Generic Mineral Technology Center for Respirable Dust was established in 1983 and given the mandate to enhance the health, safety, and productivity of miners by advancing the fundamental understanding of all aspects of respirable dust associated with mining, milling, and the interaction of dust with human lungs to reduce the incidence of disease.

Contact Richard Bajura
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Telephone: 304.293.6034


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Monongahela Basin Mine Pool Project  (MBMPP)

Water Quality and Quantity • Acid Mine Drainage • Mine Land Reclamation

The objectives for this project included mapping underground mine pools, monitoring mine water levels, water chemistry and rates of water rise and differences between shallow cover near outcrops versus central basin. Stream water quality changes since the mid 1960’s were evaluated. In addition, an attempt was made to evaluate the rate data to develop an improved macroscopic rate expression for the abiotic dissolution of pyrite and to develop the framework for a geochemical model that included rate-limited and equilibrium reactions for water chemistry evolution in a water-pyrite system.

Contact Joe Donovan
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Telephone: 304.293.9803

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National Environmental Education Training Center – (NEETC)

Abandoned Industrial Property • Water Quality and Quantity • Rural Communities

NEETC was a partnership uniting labor, academia, government and management. It was founded to coordinate and direct environmental education, training and research for the hazardous waste industry and to increase the awareness of health and safety issues for organizations that develop and use new environmental technologies.

Contact Paul Ziemkiewicz
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Telephone: 304.293.6958

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Risk Assessment for Coal Slurry Injection

Water Quality and Quantity • Acid Mine Drainage • Mine Land Reclamation

WVWRI created a website which hosts links to public data concerning coal slurry injection and related topics. In February 2007, the West Virginia Legislature mandated that a comprehensive environmental study of the injection of coal preparation plant slurry into underground mines be conducted.

Phase 1, conducted by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection, studied the hydrologic impacts of slurry injection. Phase 2, conducted by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau of Public Health, studied the health effects of slurry injection.

Contact Paul Ziemkiewicz
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Telephone: 304.293.6958

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Supercomputing Science Consortium (SC)2

In 1998, West Virginia University became the state’s fastest bridge to high performance computing on campus and around the world. From Beowulf clusters to the “big iron” at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), WVU faculty and their partners throughout the region benefited from the fastest access to state-of-the-art technology in the computational sciences for its time.

Contact Richard Bajura
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Telephone: 304.293.6034

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West Virginia Energy Roadmap Workshops

Renewables • Coal and Natural Gas to Liquids • Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Sequestration

On February 14, 2001, then-Governor Bob Wise signed Executive Order Number 5-01 creating the Energy Task Force whose charter was to outline a 20-year roadmap for West Virginia to play a leadership role in energy. The task force, headed by Patrick Esposito, Ph.D., of Morgantown, included recommendations for workshops to further evaluate specific opportunities. The West Virginia Development Office worked with West Virginia University’s National Research Center for Coal and Energy and the College of Business and Economics to sponsor and coordinate four workshops in 2003 about wind, coalbed natural gas, hydrogen and energy infrastructure. Subsequently, the West Virginia Coal Forum approached the Development Office about continuing the series with a special emphasis on coal-related issues. As a result, four workshops on coal were conducted during 2004 focusing on workforce development, economic impact, utilization technologies and national trends. Information from these eight workshops is provided here.

Contact Trina Wafle
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Telephone: 304.293.6038

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West Virginia Potomac Water Quality Bank and Trade Program

Water Quality and Quantity

The West Virginia Water Research Institute, the World Resources Institute, and the Natural Resource Conservation Service teamed with local, state and regional stakeholders from the public and private sectors to initiate the WV Potomac Water Quality Bank and Trade Program.

The program was designed to help reduce nutrient and sediment loadings in the Eastern Panhandle and the Chesapeake Bay in a manner that supported local economic development and promoted sustainable and rural land resource management.

Contact Paul Ziemkiewicz
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Telephone: 304.293.6958

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West Virginia University Electric Industry Research Group (EIRG)

Electricity Grid

This project developed an informational and analytical framework within which public and private decision makers in West Virginia could understand the implications of electricity market deregulation for West Virginia in 1997 and develop strategies for the future.

Contact Carl Irwin
E-Mail
Telephone: 304.293.7318

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West Virginia Water Gaging Council (WVWGC)

Water Quality and Quantity

The West Virginia Water Gaging Council served as a statewide collaborative body to help achieve effective collection and dissemination of hydrological data applicable to the full range of water resources in West Virginia, including ground-water and surface-water and precipitation gaging. Council membership included representatives of state and federal agencies, organizations, and stakeholders that collect and use these types of data.

Contact Paul Ziemkiewicz
E-Mail
Telephone: 304.293.6958

Zero Emissions Research and Technology Center (ZERT)

A National Resource for Geologic Sequestration Science

  • A consortium of Montana State University, West Virginia University, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and Los Alamos National Laboratory, based at Montana State
  • Focuses on advanced power generation technologies and carbon sequestration issues
  • Specializes in power system integration, the production of hydrogen from coal and natural gas, and the chemical evolution of groundwater systems, oil/gas reservoirs and coal beds in response to elevated CO2
  • One major project involved WVU, CONSOL Energy, and the National Energy Technology Laboratory in a demonstration project in Marshall County, WV

Richard Bajura, NRCCE Director
E-Mail

Telephone: 304.293.6034

For more information contact Richard Bajura.

For national information go here.

Carbon Sequestration • Advanced Power Generation