How does our energy system really work today?
What are the costs and benefits of different energy futures?
What energy options are right for you and your community?
Colorado State University Extension is offering up to 30 hours of energy education covering our current energy system, energy policy, renewable energy, transportation alternatives, climate change, home efficiency, options, energy innovations, and more. Whether you’ve always been curious about our energy system or if you’ve been learning about energy for years, the program has something for you.
- Flexible participation-take 1 or more courses; Energy Master certification optional
- High quality instructors-mix of professors, educators, and on-the-ground energy practitioners
- Applicable information-Colorado hot topics and practical homeowner options covered
- Convenient yet rich-mix of online and experiential, in-person seminars
- Low cost-including discounts for students, teachers, and aspiring Energy Masters
- Professional development -credits offered for teachers and realtors
Join the 130+ participants to date that have participated in our program. Those wishing to become certified Colorado Energy Masters successfully complete all coursework as well as an energy project of their choice. Coursework runs from February 17 – March 28, 2015.
Registration open January 5-February 10
For more information, testimonials, and to register: Energy Master Website