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View Resource Green Power Superhighways

?Green power superhighway? is a term used to describe the power lines that would be carrying electricity from remote to populated areas. A national green power superhighway would allow plentiful dom...

http://www.awea.org/files/filedownloads/pdfs/greenpowersuper...
View Resource Clean Energy Workforce Training Capacity Building Curricula

Lesson plans, certificates and training programs designed to train a clean energy workforce. (Audience: high school and college students, at-risk youth and low-income populations, building and trade...

http://www.masscec.com/content/clean-energy-workforce-traini...
View Resource Clean Energy Workforce Training Capacity Building

The Clean Energy Workforce Training Capacity Building grants are intended to prepare the Commonwealth?s training providers to meet the workforce needs of the clean energy sector. Grants were a...

http://www.commcorp.org/areas/program.cfm?ID=72&p=30
View Resource Community Scale Wind Block 3 Webinar

A case study example outlining a community scale wind power project. Download the recorded webinar and/or the slide presentation.

http://www.masscec.com/index.cfm/page/Community-Scale-Wind-B...
View Resource Manufacturing and Engineering Technologies Education Clearinghouse (METEC)

METEC is a searchable database of materials submitted by educators from around the world. Topics covered include classroom content and pedagogy. New materials are added continually, so be sure to...

http://www.meteconline.org/
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