Higher Education Energy Teaching Laboratory
A 30,000 s.f. net-zero teaching facility that is a shining example of sustainable building practices where students actively participate in monitoring the building’s systems and track its energy use. Powering a future energy workforce with indoor and outdoor labs that match real world environments, and a learning facility designed for zero net energy. Located on the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College campus, the center includes an indoor electrical power distribution lab, outdoor electrical power distribution pole field, energy management mechanical lab, solar lab, indoor gas utility lab, etc
NWTC’s Great Lakes Energy Education Center (GLEE) is designed to help students power up careers in energy and offer associate degrees, technical diplomas, certificates, apprenticeships and workforce training.