These papers will result in a number of policy recommendations to be considered as West Virginia embarks on an energy future that will be— and needs to be—far different from its past. They are a blueprint, or a road map, for a sustainable energy future for West Virginia.
They are intended to stimulate the thoughtful discussions that are necessary to place the State on a foundation that is sustainable, not only from the perspective of a “cleaner” energy supply but also in the resilience of a more diversified economic base that is better positioned for the future.
- West Virginia's Energy Future: Ramping Up Renewable Energy to Decrease Costs, Reduce Risks, and Strengthen Economic Opportunities for West Virginia
EPA Public Hearing: Repealing the Clean Power Plan — Testimony of James
M. Van Nostrand
Expanding Economic Opportunities for West Virginia Under the Clean Power Plan
Legislative Stairway to Economic Heaven: Why a Dormant Minerals Act is a Necessary Addition to West Virginia’s Recent Natural Gas Modernization Laws
- by Tony Faini, Class of 2019
Discussion Papers and Fact Sheets
- The Case for Promoting Utilization of West Virginia's Vast Natural Gas Resources: Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Facilities
- The Case for Promoting Utilization of West Virginia's Vast Renewable Resources: Co-Firing Biomass with Coal to Generate Electricity
- The Case for Policy Measures to Promote Utilization of West Virginia’s Vast Natural Gas Resources