Energy Management program teaches students to analyze energy production and consumption, and to recommend appropriate improvements to increase efficiencies in residential and light commercial construction. Neosho County Community College offers numerous pathways for students to obtain energy management certificates and the associate of applied science degree.
The Energy Auditing Pathway prepares students to be listed as a Qualified Energy Auditor for the Efficiency Kansas Loan Program operated by the Kansas Corporation Commission of the State Energy Office. NCCC is one of only three providers of this training in Kansas. This Pathway prepares students to take four Building Performance Institute, Inc. certification examinations. These are: Building Analyst, Manufactured Housing, Building Envelop, and HVAC.
The Solar Pathway teaches competencies developed by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners. These skills prepare students to sit for two examinations from NABCEP, these are: Entry Level Photovoltaic and Solar Heating.
The Geothermal Pathway teaches skills necessary to install geothermal systems in residential settings.
All students are required to take the capstone course ENRG 216 Energy Investment Analysis.
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