Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals
Evaluate, analyze and reduce energy useScholarships Available
Manage the control systems that make buildings smart and energy-efficientScholarships Available
Design & implement effective water use/reuseScholarships Available
This program has been retired (spring 2013) and is no longer offered through NWEEI due to job placement results not matching the anticipated job market.
The RCM sector is currently showing exponential growth. Regional utilities are developing significant programs that will require qualified graduates to be employed by school districts, higher education, and city and state agencies to help control their waste throughput. The US military has increased posted positions for Resource Efficiency Managers and Better Bricks, the education department of the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance has asked to join forces with the Energy Program to develop RCM coursework.
Generous Donations By Eugene Water & Electric Board