Discounted CleanEdison BPI and LEED Training - California

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Discounted CleanEdison BPI and LEED Training - California

Time: January 13, 2011 to February 28, 2011
Location: California
Website or Map: http://www.cleanedison.com
Phone: 646-723-4543
Event Type: bpi, leed
Organized By: Ryan Williams
Latest Activity: Jan 13, 2011

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As part of a statewide initiative to create a green workforce, Efficiency First has selected CleanEdison to provide training through a grant from the State of California Clean Energy Workforce Training Program (CEWTP), which will fund up to 75% of costs associated with Building Performance Institute (BPI) and Leaders in Efficiency and Environmental Design (LEED) training. Efficiency First is a national nonprofit trade association that unites the home performance workforce, and has received funding from the state to help its members become qualified to participate in the energy efficiency retrofit industry and capitalize on incentive programs such as As part of a statewide initiative to create a green workforce, Efficiency First has selected CleanEdison to provide training through a grant from the State of California Clean Energy Workforce Training Program (CEWTP), which will fund up to 75% of costs associated with Building Performance Institute (BPI) and Leaders in Efficiency and Environmental Design (LEED) training. Efficiency First is a national nonprofit trade association that unites the home performance workforce, and has received funding from the state to help its members become qualified to participate in the energy efficiency retrofit industry and capitalize on incentive programs such as Energy Upgrade California. 

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