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Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology program recognized by ASHRAE and National Science Foundation

Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology program recognized by ASHRAE and National Science Foundation

Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology (CET) program continues to gain recognition on both the local and national levels as a leader in clean energy and high-performance building sciences education. Two Shoreline CET students, Alisha Turpin and Elizabeth Daly, were both recently awarded the Harry Clayton Sutch scholarship by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). The students each […]

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Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students go off-grid to generate power

Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students go off-grid to generate power

As the energy industry continues to advance, Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology (CET) program remains nimble in its course offerings to anticipate and meet the growing needs of employers and consumers. In a new class added in winter of 2016, Shoreline students got to delve into the world of off-grid power generation and storage, a hot topic in the energy industry. […]

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Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology students wow Public Health Laboratories with solar installation proposal

Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology students wow Public Health Laboratories with solar installation proposal

This winter, Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology (CET) program students got real-world training on how to work with clients in an industry setting. In January, following months of research, students in the Zero Energy Design Practicum class presented an in-depth solar installation proposal to a board of managers and directors at the State of Washington’s Public Health Laboratories. “Within the CET […]

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Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students clean up in ASHRAE  scholarship competition

Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students clean up in ASHRAE scholarship competition

Three Shoreline students in the Clean Energy Technology (CET) program are starting Winter quarter off with recognition, and some help, from the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). The students each received a scholarship in the amount of $2,000 from the organization, which is dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of practices related to […]

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Clean Energy Technology Program Helps Students Land Real-World Jobs

Clean Energy Technology Program Helps Students Land Real-World Jobs

Shoreline Community College’s Clean Energy Technology (CET) program not only teaches students the skills that make them desirable to industry employers, but it also offers a class that helps them to land real-world jobs. In Louise Petruzzella’s Career Seminar course, students get to practice their interviewing skills on real employers in the clean energy industry during a mock interview session. […]

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Governor’s Clean Technology Sector Lead Speaks at Biofuels “Train the Trainer” Academy on Shoreline’s Campus

Governor’s Clean Technology Sector Lead Speaks at Biofuels “Train the Trainer” Academy on Shoreline’s Campus

Brian Young, Governor Inslee’s Clean Technology Sector Lead, spoke at Shoreline Community College on Tues., August 18 to a roomful of educators attending the National Science Foundation’s Train the Trainer Renewable Energy Biofuels Academy. The academy is being hosted on Shoreline’s campus Aug. 17-21. Young, who is a veteran of Imperium Renewables, the largest independent biodiesel producer in the U.S., […]

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Shoreline Community College and North Seattle College See the Light, Break the Rules With New Solar Project

Shoreline Community College and North Seattle College See the Light, Break the Rules With New Solar Project

When it comes to championing student learning, Louise Petruzzella, Director of Shoreline Community College’s Clean Energy Tech program, once was a student in the program, so it’s only natural that she puts student success at the heart of everything she does. So when Mark Weber, a faculty member at North Seattle College, called with an idea for a partnership between […]

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Solar-powered garden to feed vegan deli and neighbors

Solar-powered garden to feed vegan deli and neighbors

The sun provides the energy vegetables need to grow. So it makes sense that when a farmer needs electricity to give those veggies a head start and then sell nature’s bounty, he might also turn to the sun. Urban-horticulture convert Dennis Comer says that while he appreciates the potential for cosmic alignment, his motivation was much more pragmatic. “The City […]

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Grant to power growth for Clean Energy Technology Program

Grant to power growth for Clean Energy Technology Program

A leader in education and training for Washington’ solar industry, Shoreline Community College has landed a prestigious grant to enhance its role in sustainable, renewable energy. The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), with support from the National Science Foundation, has awarded a $20,000 MentorLinks grant to be used for Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology Program. Shoreline is one of only […]

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