2012 presentation on the smart grid overview by Julie Zinn Patti, Spirae, for ATEEC/CSM's Sustainable Energy Education and Training (SEET) Technology Workshop for high school and community college energy technology instructors
2010 presentation and small wind technology model curriculum created as an instructional material project during ATEEC/CSM's Sustainable Energy Education and Training (SEET) Workshop for high school and community college energy technology instructors.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges and Muscatine Community College conducted a “Defining Forum” and generated this Defining Agriculture-Based Renewable Energy Careers report to identify and define the intersection of two broad occupational fields: Agriculture and Renewable Energy (RE).
This report documents discussions from the National Energy Technician Education Summit held in December 2010 in Washington DC and supported by the National Science Foundation. The report provides recommendations from energy experts and stakeholders from across the country for the facilitation of energy technician education in the U.S. Discussion centers on current and projected industry needs financial opportunities and constraints and enhancements to the technician educational programs that provide the energy industry with their workforce.
This report addresses community college issues with programs in green energy education. It also makes the case that community colleges should be substantially involved in training low-income individuals especially the low-skilled if in fact the goal is to help them lead self-sustaining lives. The report's goal is to help community colleges across the country navigate a path forward through evolving terrain as they develop green energy education and training programs for low income populations.
Going Green: The Vital Role of Community Colleges in Building a Sustainable Future and a Green Workforce
Workforce and education analysis
National Council for Workforce Education and the Academy for Educational Development DC