Energy Programs

Surge forward. Careers in solar technology, utilities, and wind energy are known for high earning potential, new technology, and excellent job growth. Ready to focus on your future in energy? Go after it. We're ready to help you get there.

  • Power up your earning potential. Our 2018 grads from three Energy programs earned a median starting salary between $51,507 and $64,493. See more high-pay programs.

  • Find your career niche. Start or advance your career in these growing fields: power generation, power distribution, and resource management, conservation, and efficiency. Learn more about opportunities in energy. 

  • Train in real world labs including the 13-acre Outdoor Utilities Lab, specifically designed by NWTC instructors to provide the maximum hands-on, industry-relevant training possible.

Rendering Great Lakes Energy Education Center

Great Lakes Energy Education Center

The Great Lakes Energy Education Center houses programs in power generation, transmission and management. The 30,000 sqft building will be powered by renewable energy and will be a showcase of energy-efficient design technologies.

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