Basic Energy Information
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Co-op Power Green Job Training
Lynn Benander and Scott Reed, Co-op Power Inc.
Demonstrate and explain how heat is transferred and retained in air and liquids.
Explain the concept of energy measurement and how it is used to characterize fuels and equipment
Explain what heat energy is.
Compare and contrast renewable and non-renewable energy resources.
Describe how climate change and peak oil have contributed to rising energy prices and global unrest and their recommendations for the future.
Describe how race and class inequality is evidenced in their local community and their recommendations for the future.
Describe how the environmental justice and green jobs movement are working for social, economic and environmental justice.
Describe how thriving local economies linked together globally can build social, economic and environmental justice.
Describe the consumer economics of solar hot water installation and energy efficiency.
Communicate with customers about the cost savings and environmental benefits of solar hot water and energy efficiency.
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