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PROMOTING JOINT ENERGY INITIATIVES
Since 2002, WVU and China have created opportunities that encourage bilateral cooperation on energy and environmental issues.
US-China energy center
Reducing emissions, shifting to cleaner energy sources, and implementing advanced energy technologies are common interests of both countries
WVU FACULTY AND STUDENTS: JOIN US!
One example, pictured left, shows the Shanxi International Energy Group giving WVU researchers a 2018 tour of its Ruiguang Power Generation Plant and sharing updates on the plant's newest environmental technologies.
Creating energy opportunities for research, networking and education with China.
Academic and Research Programs
Promoting joint student programs and research between WVU and Chinese universities leading to study abroad and degree programs from BS to PhD levels.
Continuing bilateral energy conferences sponsored by federal and industrial organizations from both countries.
Providing training for technology managers regarding business development practices in U.S. and China.