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Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals

Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals

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The Northwest Water & Energy Education Institute (NWEEI) offers both standard and custom learning opportunities throughout the Northwest for energy and water industry practitioners – including an energy management certification program. NWEEI is located within the Institute for Sustainable Practices at Lane Community College.

Guided by a regional advisory board, NWEEI has provided energy efficiency training and development throughout the Northwest region since 1998. Participants have included technicians, contractors, engineers, architects, consultants, utility personnel, and energy managers.

For over 30 years, the organization has successfully provided significant opportunities to train professional technicians who can immediately contribute to energy and cost savings in their own communities and was the first college in the nation to offer a degree in energy management. The Energy Management Program was named 2002/03 Innovation of the Year by the League for Innovation and received the Award of Recognition from the U.S. Secretary of Education in 1983.

NWEEI offers the following energy training at your facility or one of our partnership locations:

Training Topics
  • Residential HVAC
  • Commercial HVAC
  • Emerging Conservation Technologies
  • Addressing High Energy Bill Concerns
  • Green Procurement
  • Residential Inspector Certification
  • Compressed Air Challenge
  • Load Calculations
  • Water Efficiency & Conservation
  • Data Logging
  • System Maintenance
  • Solar Energy Deregulation
  • Direct Access
  Certifications

NWEEI has a partnership training program that includes facilitating, coordinating, and marketing of joint ventures to insure that our customers receive the latest in energy efficiency education. We currently participate in partnership training with: Building Operators Certification, and NWPPA (Northwest Public Power Association).

Please contact us for assistance with creating regional, national, and international customized training and programs.

Support & Donations

You have the power to make a difference by directly funding water and energy educational programming through Lane Community College.

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Be sure to select "other" under the designation and then type in "Energy Management"