|Energy program to be offered in Logan Co.|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Various Colorado State University Extension offices across the state—including Logan County—are now offering a new Colorado Energy Master program to educate Coloradans and support volunteers interested in energy issues. Participants can take one or more three-week courses on Energy Today, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.
Courses are taught by University, utility and Extension staff and include hands-on learning experiences and short field trips.
They are targeted for home and small-business owners interested in saving energy and money, educators, realtors, recent college graduates and retirees. Each course has been approved for nine hours of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) by the U.S. Green Building Certification Institute and four to nine hours of CEUs through the Colorado Association of Realtors.
Aspiring Colorado Energy Master volunteers take all three courses at a reduced cost and can volunteer in a number of ways—from conducting basic home energy assessments to educating neighbors and friends.
For more information and to register for fall courses, please visit www.ext.colostate.edu/energymaster or stop by Phillips County Extension office.
For those with a disability for which they seek an accommodation, contact the county extension office no less than five days before classes begin.
Holyoke Enterprise July 26, 2012