Logo: The Northwest Water and Energy Education Institute at Lane Community College
Logo: The Northwest Water and Energy Education Institute at Lane Community College

Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals

Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals

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The Northwest Water & Energy Education Institute (NWEEI) at Lane Community College provides degrees in the energy and water industry throughout the Pacific Northwest and Northern California.

Energy Management Online Degree

Evaluate, analyze and reduce energy use
Scholarships Available

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Building Controls Technician Degree

Control the systems that make buildings smart
Scholarships Available

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Water Conservation Technician Degree

Design & implement effective water use/reuse
   

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Looking for a great paying Job in Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy, Building Controls, and Water conservation?

There are two great reason why you should - the first is that there is new EPA legislation that requires a reduction in Carbon output by electricity generators which means energy efficiency and renewable energy will play a greater role in the low-carbon solution. The second reason is the Lane Community College Energy and Water Conservation programs are here to prepare you for a career in the new low-carbon economy. Below are two articles regarding the opportunities for employment in Clean Energy and Clean Water. The first article is the good news is offered by a research report from the National Resource Defence Council showing a huge jump in clean energy and water jobs because of the carbon policy. The second is the EPA policy.

Read the NRDC study here: http://www.nrdc.org/globalwarming/files/less-carbon-more-jobs-IB.pdf

Read the new EPA Carbon policy here: http://www2.epa.gov/carbon-pollution-standards/clean-power-plan-proposed-rule

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