The Clean Energy transition is happening – with opportunities galore – are you ready to take advantage of them?

The utility and energy industries are moving to cleaner and more renewable types of electricity generation technology, like wind and solar, paired with storage to replace traditional power plants. New “clean-tech” companies are entering the market and disrupting the status quo. Multiple states are freeing customers to have greater choices. Regulation changes underway at the federal level are affecting the future of US electric markets. All of this upheaval is creating new opportunities for US technology innovation, increased economic growth, and new jobs. How can you be part of this transition? Do you want to better understand how your role can directly impact this transition? Attend Utility Classroom’s webinars and workshops.

Is this right for you?

Are you looking for those “insider” tips on how clean energy and the utility industry fit together? Have you recently joined or are you looking to be part of these fast-changing industries?  Do you work in clean-tech, for an electric utility, utility supplier, non-profit, regulatory agency, or policy-maker? Does your job require you to communicate complex energy topics? Maybe you are an experienced professional looking to keep up with the changes and disruptions in the industry happening around you. Come join us…it will be well worth you time! See what previous attendees say here.

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Get Involved – National Clean Energy Week, September 24-28

Wondering how to make an impact or get involved in Clean Energy? Clean Utility Classroom encourages you to get involved in National Clean Energy Week.  Read below for their latest … Read more


Utility Classroom supports CleanTX

Everyone knows that Texas is big.  In the United States, when you think energy leadership, Texas is really big.  And when you think clean energy, technology, & innovation, Texas is … Read more


Utility Classroom supports the Association of Women in Energy (AWE)

In honor of International Women’s Day let’s be in awe of AWE, the Association of Women in Energy. AWE’s mission is to encourage, assist and unite women in the energy … Read more

What our class attendees say

“Utility Classroom was extremely helpful with all-encompassing information about energy. I walked away  with a lot of extremely useful knowledge for my job.”

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