Energy Services And Technology
The Energy Services and Technology Program (ESTP) and the Efficiency Training Program (ETP) provide three options that will enable you to gain the knowledge and skills you need to enter the rapidly expanding field of energy management.
Students in the two-year ESTP Associate degree program are prepared in the areas of energy fuels and consumption, energy efficiency, energy economics, electricity, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), technical communications, and computer sciences to optimize the sustainable production, delivery, and use of energy resources.
As a BOC Approved Provider, qualified students in ESTP’s non-credit Energy Services certificate program can seamlessly earn the BOC certification. All ESTP students learn through extensive classroom and lab experiences.
Hands-on training is emphasized throughout the curriculum, in HVAC, climate control, thermal insulation, indoor air quality, and renewable energy principles and practices. Students train with the state-of-the-art Energy Simulator, and use the latest in instrumentation such as infrared thermal imagers, blower doors, combustion analyzers, data loggers, and more.
Specialized Energy Efficiency Workforce Development Training
LRCC's Efficiency Training Program is helping to build a network of trained energy professionals, which will lead to:
- More green jobs
- Lower energy bills
- Improved occupant comfort and building durability
- Reduced environmental impact
Our homes and businesses contribute 10.3 % of annual greenhouse emissions. Changing our habits is one of the simplest ways to conserve energy.
Visit our new Energy Matters page for resources that will help you make the best choices.
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