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WVU Law energy center hosting Millenium Leaders Program

WVU Law Professor James Van Nostrand

 

MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA — Some of the world’s rising young leaders will be in Morgantown on June 19 and 20 when West Virginia University’s Center for Energy and Sustainable Development hosts the Atlantic Council’s Millennium Leaders Program.

WVU Law Professor James Van Nostrand“This is a very impressive group of international future leaders,” said James Van Nostrand, professor of law and director of the Center for Energy and Sustainable Development. “Their visit provides WVU with a great opportunity to demonstrate our expertise and capabilities to a diverse group of young global trailblazers.”

The group will meet at the WVU College of Law where they will hear from Dean Gregory Bowman and environmental and energy experts Evan Hansen of Downstream Strategies and Karan Ireland of WV SUN.

Energy efficiency equals jobs for WV, says Professor Van Nostrand

WVU Law Professor Jamie Van Nostrand

MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA —West Virginia’s ability to provide efficient energy for industry could create thousands of skilled jobs and help secure the state’s economic future.

That’s according to a new report released by the American Jobs Project with James Van Nostrand, professor of law at West Virginia University .

“Industrial energy efficiency can help West Virginia manufacturers reduce their energy costs and remain competitive in today's marketplace,” said Van Nostrand, who is the director of the Center for Energy and Sustainable Development at the West Virginia University College of Law.

Van Nostrand served as an advisor to the report, titled “The West Virginia Works Project: A Guide to Creating Jobs in Industrial Energy Efficiency.”

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