Energy is essential in making Wisconsin a great place to live, work, and raise a family. Did you know more than 900 companies in our state’s growing energy, power, and control sector employ more than 100,000 people and generate $38 billion in annual sales?
Come and listen to what NWTC is doing to help meeting this demand, through the new Great Lakes Energy Education Center, ® which is helping to create a pipeline of skilled utilities and energy industry workers.
Plus, the Energy Center is a shining example of sustainable building practices including energy efficiency and renewable energy.
12:00 – 12:30 Lunch
12:15 – 12:30 Chapter Business (lunch continues)
12:30 –2:00 NWTC Presentations from John Hippensteel, Solar Instructor, Jenny Brinker, Energy Management Instructor, and possibly others from Facilities Management.
2:00 – 3:00 Tour - See what they are doing that is getting them on the pathway to Net Zero - including their 150kW solar system and Variable Refrigerant Flow Geothermal systems
Meeting will be held in upstairs, Rooms EE201 and EE202.
Parking: Parking is free on campus; Parking Lot G is adjacent to the Great Lakes Energy Education Center.