Alternative energy applications for homes and buildings
If you’ve ever wondered how you could save money and benefit the environment by using alternative energy sources, Ozarks Technical Community College’s Center for Workforce Development has a course for you.
The Center will offer a class beginning June 30 examining the various types of alternative energy applications including solar, wind, thermal and methane. The course will look at basic home-energy needs and how green practices can be used both in the home and in a small-business setting.
Topics covered in the course will include: alternative energy systems, hybrid systems, alternative heating and cooling systems along with insulation and windows techniques. A session on hybrid systems will discuss real solutions and current options in the market and how to integrate these systems.
The workforce development class will be held over four nights at the center from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Those who sign up can attend any or all of the four sessions. The cost is $199.
To register, call 447-8888 or email email@example.com
Calendar of Events
Saturday, September 26. St. Louis, MO
Green Homes Festival
Visit this exciting Festival of exhibitors, green vendors, workshops, demonstrations, and kid's activities. Come paint a Metro Bus and build and race a solar car. Learn about efficiency, renewable energy and sustainability. Festival admission and parking is free. Visit www.GreenHomesSTL.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer or to be an exhibitor or sponsor.
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