2009 New Year Resolutions Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council Recommends for the New Administration. Original article by Jeffrey Ball, summarized by Aleisha Fox
2009 Energy Quiz!
Tapping into West Virginia’s Renewable Fuel – Biomass
Exciting New Opportunities for West Virginia Businesses
Opportunities Galore for Financial Assistance!
The Role of Science & Technology at West Virginia University, by Curt. Peterson
Ten Years of the IOF-WV Monthly Update Newsletter!
Looking at America’s Economy Crisis through the Educational Lens, by Aleisha Fox
West Virginia is an Energy (Efficiency!) State
Highlights of Symposium Luncheon Talk by WV Senator Brooks McCabe
2009 New Year Resolutions Wall Street Journals’s CEO Council Recommends for the New Administration, summarized by Aleisha Fox, IOF-WV Student
12th Annual IOF-WV Day at the State Capitol, January 24th
Excerpts from National Academy of Engineering Forum on “Making Things”
Shale Gas Production – The SEAB Shale Gas Production Subcommittee Ninety-Day Report – August 18, 2011, Executive Summary
WVU Solar Decathlon Project Needs Your Support!, by Ken Hite, WVU Electrical Engineering Senior, solar home project leader
ACEEE Names “Champions of Energy Efficiency in Industry”
Taken from the ACEEE.org Pressroom
Energy in West Virginia: An Industry of the Past, Present and Future
Summarized by Carl Irwin from a study by the WVU State Energy Issues Group
Next Generation Energy Assessments, by Ed Crowe, IOF-WV Engineering Scientist
Vol. 12.05, May 2011
Secretary Chu Tasks Environmental, Industry and State Leaders to Recommend Best Practices for Safe, Responsible Development of America’s Onshore Natural Gas Resources
WE DID IT! Inaugural TransTech Energy Business Development Conference
Coming Soon! Inaugural TransTech Energy Business Development Conference
Excerpts form an article by Steven Chu and Arum Majumdar
The TransTech Energy Business Development Conference
WVU’s LIINC Focuses on Energy and the Environment, by Lindsay Emery
Intelligent Efficiency, by Ed Crowe, IOF-WV Engineering Scientist
Net Metering – A Top-Ten for West Virginia!
Announcing the First Annual TransTech Energy Business Development Conference
Read This Book This Month!
Selected Notes form 2012 ARPA-E Innovation Summit
12 Annual IOF-WV Day at the Capitol
TransTech Energy: 2013 Business Development Conference
TransTech Energy: 2013 Business Development Conference
Excerpts from a Conference on Natural Gas as a Bridge to Sustainability and Economic Growth
Conference hosted by WVU Law School’s Center for Energy and Sustainable Development.
MPTV – Designing Energy for the Future
David Mather, CEO and President of MTPV, gave an excellent presentation at TransTech 2012 describing the 15-year journey that brought MTPV from an idea in a MIT research lab to a successful start-up company today with customers and contracted sales. Some of their decision points along the way are highlighted below. His complete presentation may be accessed at http://transtechenergy.org; under Previous Conferences click on 2012. …
IOF-WV, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Day at the Capitol
When: Monday, March 11, 2013
Where: West Virginia State Capitol Rotunda (House
and Senate Hallways, Well area)…
Energy, Entrepreneurship and a Turtle on the Fencepost
Summary of keynote presentation by David Wilhelm, 2012 TransTech Energy Conference on November 16, 2012…
IOF-WV “Irons in the Fire” for 2012
Notes and Quotes on Coal, Gas, Carbon and Energy Transitions
Various quotes from energy experts taken from the Wall Street Journal ( March 7, 2011 and April 2-3, 2011) and an EIA press release (April 5, 2011)
Notes form the 2011 ARPA-E Energy Innovations Summit, by Carl Irwin
Summary of topics covered by various speakers at the meeting
2011 IOF-WV Day at the Capitol – January 18, 2011, by Carl Irwin
Review of the annual 2011 Day at the State Capitol.
Thinking about U.S. Competitiveness and the Future of Energy
Eight articles that are a must read for anyone who cares about the future of energy.
WVU Research on Beneficial Uses of CO2 (part two of two)
Presentation of research by WVU Professors; James Lewis, Xingbo Liu, Lian-Shin (Lance) Lin, Xiaodong (Mike) Shi, and Rakesh Gupta
WVU Research on Beneficial Uses of CO2 (part one of two)
Presentation of research by three WVU professors; Alan Sexstone, Brian Anderson and Tim Carr
Some Highlights of West Virginia’s Alternative and Renewable Energy Portfolio Act
A review of HB 103 – West Virginia’s Alternative and Renewable Energy Portfolio Act
Encouraging Efficient Communication – the low cost way, by Angela Shock
An update on IOF-WV’s use of Facebook and Twitter to communicate with business contacts
Realities of Change and Teaching for the Future, by Aleisha Fox
Review of an un-cited USA Today article from a student perspective.
In Memoriam – U.S. Senator Robert C. Byrd (1917 – 2010)
Reprint of opinion piece by Senator Byrd entitled “Coal Must Embrace the Future”, originally delivered December 3, 2009.
Morgantown One of Seven U.S. Cities Hosting Department of Commerce Event on Rethinking, Retooling, and Rebuilding U.S. Manufacturing
The DOC International Trade Administration’s Manufacturing & Services unit will hold a series of meetings to help U.S. manufacturers remain globally competitive.
PHAST Qualified Specialist Training
Advertisement for the PHAST training to be held June 8-10, 2010
America’s Energy Future: Technology and Transformation, by James Zucchetto, Director, Board of Energy & Environmental Systems (BEES), National Academies
Review of the 2007 report entitled America’s Energy Future (AEF): Technology Opportunities, Risks and Tradeoffs, by the National Academy of Science and the National Academy of Engineering
Energy Scavenging, Harvesting and Recycling, by Carl Irwin
Review of a 2009 McKinsey and Company study and a 2005 Lawrence Berkeley National Lab study
2010 IOF-WV Day at the Capitol and TransTech Energy Research
Review of the 2010 IOF-WV Day at the State Capitol
TransTech Energy Technologies: New Opportunities for Start-Up Companies and Commercial Projects, by Carl Irwin
Examples of TransTech Energy