Stanton Campus: The Sustainable Energy Training Center
The Sustainable Energy Training Center at the Stanton Campus is 6,000 square feet, and built in accordance with LEED Certification standards. The Center, an education facility for commercial energy management education and training, consists of three state-of-the-art classrooms, four interactive labs, and a multi-purpose room capable of hosting community workshops.
Equipped with solar systems, wind generation equipment and geothermal options, the Center provides students with a hands-on learning environment, which demonstrates and operates under the latest in sustainable energy technology. The use of multiple systems in one facility provides valuable comparison data for learning and applied research. In addition to being home to students pursuing the College’s Energy Management associate degree, the Center also provides non-credit workshops, conferences and company-specific training. The College also invites members of the community to view and learn about the practical applications of renewable energy technologies in the Center.