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The foundation document for any certification program is a detailed description of the job involved. This is referred to as a Job Task Analysis. For small wind installers, it defines a general set of knowledge, skills and abilities typically required of small wind practitioners who install, maintain and troubleshoot small wind systems.
A group of small wind experts comprised of educators, installers, and other experienced wind energy leaders have been working for two years to develop NABCEP’s new Small Wind Task Analysis, which will serve as the foundation for the materials addressed in the NABCEP Small Wind Certification examination. The Task Analysis has now been submitted for stakeholder comment and fully approved by the Board.
U.S. Department of Energy web site for information on energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.
Wind-generated electricity is attracting the interest of farmers, ranchers, and other landowners across the country. People find wind energy attractive for a variety of reasons, including its potential economic benefits and its lower impact on the environment when compared to coal and other electric power generation fuels. Wind-generated electricity can help farmers and ranchers reduce their energy costs, an important consideration in these days of continually increasing utility rates. This publication will introduce you to small-scale wind energy to help you decide if wind energy is an economical option for your farm or ranch.
This Wind Turbine Technician Skill Standards project is part of a broader initiative to establish power generation standards for the energy industry.
The Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) provides assistance to agricultural producers and rural small businesses to complete a variety of projects. Offering both loan guarantees and grants, the REAP program helps eligible applicants install renewable energy systems such as solar panels or anaerobic digesters, make energy efficiency improvements such as installing irrigation pumps or replacing ventilation systems, and conduct energy audits and feasibility studies.
Incorporate training material from the Clean Energy Solutions Center into your classroom instruction with webinars on various clean energy policy topics.
Map showing the location of installed and planned school wind energy projects in the United States. Find school wind projects for K-12, community colleges, universities, and more.
This map shows the location of wind energy education and training programs in the United States. Find programs at community colleges, universities, and other institutions.
SmartBrief is a leading digital media company for industry professionals, delivering the most relevant industry news on a daily basis. Receive news on the topics of your choice, including: wind energy, renewable energy and higher education.
Also, be sure to sign up for the Wind Energy SmartBrief which provides a daily snapshot of the wind power industry with news from Energy Efficiency News, Bloomberg and other leading sources, created in partnership with the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA).
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