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For thirty years, we have been teaching Energy Efficiency at Oakland Community College in the AET 2400 Energy Management course. The students conduct residential and commercial level energy audits. It is part of our Renewable Energies and Sustainable Living certificate and our Environmental Systems Technology degree.  See www.oaklandcc.edu for more information.  Students range from interested community member to engineers.  No background is required.
Debra Rowe, Ph.D.
U.S. Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development
Disciplinary Associations Network for Sustainability
Higher Education Associations Sustainability  Consortium
Senior Advisor
Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education
Senior Fellow
Association of University Leaders for a Sustainable Future
Sustainable Energies and Behavioral Sciences
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Do any schools in Michigan teach energy efficiency? 

Purdue Univ. Teaches Indiana Companies to Save Energy

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Several programs facilitated by Purdue University's Technical Assistance Program (TAP) are uncovering dozens of opportunities for Indiana companies to boost energy efficiency and increase their bottom lines.

TAP's Energy Efficiency Services is leveraging resources from the U.S. Dept. of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, Dept. of Labor and Dept. of Commerce to train workers and businesses across Indiana in the fine art of energy efficiency.  http://www.greenerbuildings.com/news/2009/03/04/purdue-university-helps-indiana-companies-save-big-through-energy-efficiency