Energy & Power
Energy & Power
Energy & Power plays a huge role in our local economy! You’ll use hands-on projects as you learn power generation and distribution, use of energy, and how to move energy innovation forward.
You’ll explore mechanical, heat, chemical, and electromagnetic energy. Learn how to design and construct systems using alternative energies, motor control circuits, and pipeline systems. You will also work with renewable and non-renewable energy generation, transformers, and off-grid systems to understand how different types of energy are captured. Couldn’t get more hands-on than that!
|Energy & Power Foundations|
|Solar Energy Exploration|
|Introduction to Pipelines|
|Batteries and Energy Storage|
|College & Career Prep|
High School Credit
|8 Elective Credits for Full Program|
|Photovoltaic System installer|
|Wind Turbine Maintenance|
|Motor controls Technician|
|Automated System Design|
|Our Placement Rate||-|
|Median Hourly Earnings*||-|
|Entry Level Education||Some college & no degree|
|*Information provided by the 2018-2019 Critical Occupations Data.|
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