A Place of Learning and Training for the Community
We offer a wide range of education programs, interactive workshops, and classes about renewable energy for all ages.
Established in 2015, the Center for Energy Education (C4EE) is a 501(c )(3) nonprofit organization and a center for renewable energy research, education, and workforce development.
C4EE has teamed up with educational institutions, industry leaders, and associations to promote renewable energy initiatives. Through education, training, and research, we are helping develop a workforce for the future of renewable energy.
The Center for Energy Education offers workforce development training to engage residents with educational, workforce training opportunities that renewable energy projects bring to their areas. To learn more click here.
ooooSolar Workshops for Public Officials
Utility-Scale Solar Workshops for Public Officials provide the latest information and updates on topics related to solar farms, presented by industry experts, academia, and county officials. The featured topics for these workshops include Solar Industry Updates, State and Local Permitting, Health and Safety Impacts of Solar Technology, Legal Considerations for Landowners and Officials, and Tax Treatment & Revenue Impacts.
ooo Renewable Energy Teacher Training
The Center for Energy Education offers renewable energy curriculum training for teachers. The workshops are designed to integrate renewable energy education easily into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) teachers’ lesson plans.
ooo Renewable Energy Summer Camps
The Center for Energy Education offers summer camps for school age children during summer months. Students learn about renewable energy while doing fun, hands-on experiments and crafts. Healthy living is also built into the summer camp through free meals and outdoor activities.
ooo Solar 101: Community Education
Solar 101 is an informational meeting for the community to learn about solar, renewable energy, solar projects in the area, and upcoming Center for Energy Education events.
View the current weather conditions at the Center for Energy Education, located at 460 Airport Road, Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870.
C4EE’s solar powered weather station gathers atmospheric data that measures temperature, precipitation, humidity, pressure, soil moisture, wind speed and direction.
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North Carolina (Home Office):
460 Airport Road,
Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870
6605 Longshore Street, Suite 240
Dublin, OH 43017
32 E. Franklin Street, Suite 311
Huntington, IN 46750
Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm