EPCE Teams up with ComEd to Present at the Third Annual Great Lakes Symposium on the Smart Grid

EPCE Member ComEd and EPCE were invited to present on a "Smart Grid Consumer Education and Workforce Training" panel at the 2013 Great Lakes Symposium.  The presentation highlighted how EPCE-sponsored online energy education courses, specifically the Smart Grid Courses, have helped prepare ComEd’s workforce for the future of energy.

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EPCE Welcomes its Newest Member: Covanta Energy

EPCE welcomes Covanta Energy as a new member to the coalition. Covanta Energy is one of the world's largest owners and operators of infrastructure for the conversion of waste-to-energy, also known as "energy-from-waste" or "EfW".

Covanta operates and/or has ownership positions in 44 energy-from-waste facilities, primarily located in North America, and 20 additional energy generation facilities, including other renewable energy production facilities in North America. Covanta EfW facilities produce electricity for approximately one million homes in communities across North America.

By becoming a member of EPCE, Covanta Energy joins a larger industry-wide coalition working together to solve energy workforce development issues through industry-sponsored online education. EPCE is proud to have Covanta as its newest member.

For more information about Covanta, visit http://www.covantaenergy.com/


Energy Providers Coalition for Education (EPCE) and Bismarck State College Introduce Open-source Educational Course

Online class provides free smart grid curriculum related to job responsibilities in the energy sector.

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Bureau of Reclamation Expands Energy Education Offerings with EPCE

EPCE is proud to announce its newest member, the Bureau of Reclamation.

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Energy Education Coalition Facilitates Unique Partnership Between Electric Utility and Three Connecticut Community Colleges to Advance Workforce Development in Connecticut

Partnership will provide over $100,000 in scholarships and stipend assistance to the state’s adult higher education students

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