Arizona Energy Masters Program
The Energy Masters Program provides an overview of energy in Arizona while teaching participants about efficiency and how to conduct energy audits in their homes and community through a series of 7 classes. Once completed, participants can volunteer to support the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension by providing researched-based information on energy efficiency and conducting energy audits in their communities. The course is open to anyone with an interest in understanding how energy choices and design make our communities more economically and environmentally sustainable.
Next Cycle of Classes
The Fall 2014 seven-module course will begin October 6 and run through November 18 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm, meeting once and sometimes twice a week, some weeks with no classes. CLICK HERE FOR SCHEDULE. Course is limited to 25 participants. Registration Deadline is Friday, October 3.
Classes will be held at:
UA Controlled Environment Agriculture Center (CEAC) Classroom
1951 E. Roger Road (east side of Campbell)
Tucson, AZ 85719
(CLICK HERE FOR MAP)
Participants willing to donate 20 hours of volunteer time within 9 months of course completion:
Course Fee = $95
Participants interested in course completion only:
Course Fee = $145
Refunds due to cancellation will be processed minus administrative fees.