Wind Energy Boot Camp

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While there are certainly plenty of options when it comes to alternative sources for energy, wind power and solar energy are among the most common and the most popular. The Wind Energy Boot Camp is yet another amazing course being offered by the people at Boots on the Roof Alternative Energy Educational Center. The Solar Training at Boots on the Roof is among some of the best in the nation given its partnership with innovative solar research companies like Solyndra and it seems like their reputation would be hard to match. Leave it to the experts at Boots on the Roof to do just that though. Their Wind Energy Boot Camp gives you all of the information, education and training that you need to succeed for the successful installation and maintenance of wind power generators.


istock_000003421765smallresized 425x283At the time of this writing there are eleven wind power companies in the United States. These are actual, commercial level producers of wind energy and not “mom and pop” wind farms. There are a total of thirty-six actual wind farms currently producing wind power in the United States. Wind farms are active in a total of fourteen different states and the US generates roughly 1.2% of all of its power from wind farms making it the world’s number one producer of wind power. While there may be some controversies surrounding the location of these wind farms, the fact remains that wind power in the United States is not going away any time soon and will likely be increasing very shortly.

Why would the use of wind energy be increasing if there are still some environmental issues that are not totally resolved? Well the fact is that we have many issues regarding energy that have not been resolved and those include issues with the toxic burning of fossil fuels for the creation of energy. Wind power is an extremely renewable resource and there are many locations where wind farms can be placed with relatively no impact on the environment and no adverse affects on the wildlife and no urban areas close enough to be disturbed by them either. With all of the recent pushes towards finding cleaner and cheaper sources of energy, wind power is looking better all the time to a great number of people … including some major investors in wind energy from private investors to the government offering cash rewards and incentives for the increased production of alternative energy sources.

The Boots on the Roof Alternative Energy Training Facility has not overlooked this vastly (at the present) under-represented market as a place where thousands (or more) green jobs will soon be opening up. In these difficult financial times, you may notice that many people are having a difficult time making ends meet and are increasingly concerned with losing their jobs. The Wind Energy Boot Camp could very well train you today for a career opportunity that will last a lifetime. The Wind Energy Boot Camp is a short, concise and well planned course to give you everything that you need to break into the future of wind energy. Contact the Boots on the Roof website or visit the Boots on the Roof Blog for more information about their Wind Energy Boot Camp.

Wind Energy Boot CampWhile there are certainly plenty of options when it comes to alternative sources for energy, wind power and solar energy are among the most common and the most popular. The Wind Energy Boot Camp is yet another amazing course being offered by the people at Boots on the Roof Alternative Energy Educational Center. The Solar Training at Boots on the Roof is among some of the best in the nation given its partnership with innovative solar research companies like Solyndra and it seems like their reputation would be hard to match. Leave it to the experts at Boots on the Roof to do just that though. Their Wind Energy Boot Camp gives you all of the information, education and training that you need to succeed for the successful installation and maintenance of wind power generators. At the time of this writing there are eleven wind power companies in the United States. These are actual, commercial level producers of wind energy and not “mom and pop” wind farms.


There are a total of thirty-six actual wind farms currently producing wind power in the United States. Wind farms are active in a total of fourteen different states and the US generates roughly 1.2% of all of its power from wind farms making it the world’s number one producer of wind power. While there may be some controversies surrounding the location of these wind farms, the fact remains that wind power in the United States is not going away any time soon and will likely be increasing very shortly. Why would the use of wind energy be increasing if there are still some environmental issues that are not totally resolved? Well the fact is that we have many issues regarding energy that have not been resolved and those include issues with the toxic burning of fossil fuels for the creation of energy. Wind power is an extremely renewable resource and there are many locations where wind farms can be placed with relatively no impact on the environment and no adverse affects on the wildlife and no urban areas close enough to be disturbed by them either.


With all of the recent pushes towards finding cleaner and cheaper sources of energy, wind power is looking better all the time to a great number of people … including some major investors in wind energy from private investors to the government offering cash rewards and incentives for the increased production of alternative energy sources. The Boots on the Roof Alternative Energy Training Facility has not overlooked this vastly (at the present) under-represented market as a place where thousands (or more) green jobs will soon be opening up. In these difficult financial times, you may notice that many people are having a difficult time making ends meet and are increasingly concerned with losing their jobs. The Wind Energy Boot Camp could very well train you today for a career opportunity that will last a lifetime. The Wind Energy Boot Camp is a short, concise and well planned course to give you everything that you need to break into the future of wind energy. Contact the Boots on the Roof website or visit the Boots on the Roof Blog for more information about their Wind Energy Boot Camp.


 

Boots on the Roof is currently enrolling students into its upcoming Solar PV and Wind Training training boot camp. To learn more about dates, locations, and course details,  click here.