2002 Conference Proceedings
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Papers and Presentations
Tim McClung, West Virginia Development Office
WV State Energy Plan
Pat Esposito, Chair, Governor's Energy Task Force
Overview of Selected Energy Technologies Opportunities[PDF-2778KB]
Carl Bauer, Associate Director, Office of Coal & Environmental Systems, NETL
WV Eco-Park Concept [PDF-49KB]
Wayne Brown, Manager, Meadow River Enterprises, Inc.
Commercialization Process [PDF-316KB]
Roger Duckworth, Vice President for Technology,
West Virginia High Technology Consortium Foundation (WVHTCF)
NETL Conference Services Information
National Energy Technology Laboratory
Phone: (412) 386-6044
FAX: (412) 386-6486
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