Energy Education Trainings and Workshops 


UAF ED Program
UAF Sustainable Energy Occupational Endorsement:  The Occupational Endorsement in Sustainable Energy provides students with an educational foundation based on the two pillars of sustainable energy: energy efficiency and renewable energy. This degree program prepares students for entry-level employment and can serve as a stepping-stone towards further degrees in science and engineering.

UAF Fall 2016 Clean Energy Offerings:

Home Energy Basics:  This course covers basic building science, home retrofits, lighting, home renewable energy and more. This class is 100% distance delivered over 4 Mondays in October! Click HERE to learn more about this course.



MATSU ED program
Mat-Su College Energy Construction Classes:  An exciting variety of classes are available this fall with classes starting in August, September, and November.  Web based classes as well as face-to-face classes are available and cover topics in sustainable energy including home energy basics, cold climate construction, small wind systems, and solar photovoltaic systems.

Click HERE to view a flyer with more information about Energy & Construction Construction Classes for Fall 2016.

 

 



AK_EnergySmart_sq_logo_FORWEBAK EnergySmart Curriculum Workshops and Trainings
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AK EnergySmart is an Alaska specific K-12 curriculum on energy and energy efficiency. In person trainings and webinars are offered to help teachers find ways to integrate these hands-on lessons into their teaching.  A limited number of education kits are also available to educators for free through funding from Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.  Kits include lots of materials that can be used by kids during the lessons.

Download the curriculum for free at: www.akenergysmart.org.

For more information, or to request a kit contact Colleen Fisk at: education@realaska.org.

Who we are

Renewable Energy Alaska Project is a coalition of energy stakeholders working to facilitate the development of renewable energy in Alaska through collaboration, education, training, and advocacy.