A new training course called Selecting, Implementing, and Funding Distributed Wind Systems in Federal Facilities is now available. The course is primarily targeted at federal agency staff members responsible for renewable energy project development so they can make fact-based, data-driven decisions about whether a distributed wind project would be appropriate and cost effective for their agency. It was developed by PNNL with support from NREL, on behalf of DOE’s Federal Energy Management Program.
The on-demand training is now available through the Whole Building Design Guide’s Continuing Education webpage and is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training.
For more information about wind as a distributed energy resource, visit WETO’s distributed wind webpage.