To solve both our economic and global climate problems we need a skilled workforce that can deliver the potential of energy efficiency and renewable energy to build a clean energy economy. The Energy Center is training this workforce—we provide professional education programs for building and design professionals, energy efficiency and renewable energy program designers and evaluators, and policymakers to help them reorient their practices to reduce our energy and environmental footprint.
Powered by the Energy Center of Wisconsin, Energy Center University offers award-winning live event and online continuing education programs to 10,000 commercial, industrial and residential building professionals every year.
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Wednesday, Dec 04, 2013
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About the Energy Center
The Energy Center of Wisconsin is an independent nonprofit that explores ideas and solutions to energy challenges.
With offices in Madison, Chicago and Minneapolis, the Energy Center conducts objective research to better understand how consumers use energy and to identify barriers that may prevent more efficient use.
Initiatives include design services and continuing education for architects, engineers and builders and field research to provide insight on improving the performance of new and existing buildings.