The Energy Innovation Center (EIC) in partnership with Eaton Corporation is presenting a 3-day Comprehensive Certified Energy Project Manager seminar. more..
ABOUT EIC PITTSBURGH
The mission of the Energy Innovation Center is to contribute to socially responsible workforce development, foster energy and sustainable technology advancement, and assist in job creation through a commitment to diversity, innovation and comprehensive education.
Designed and equipped by corporate partners, this 6.6 acre urban complex will promote energy-sector research and innovation and create direct and deliberate bridges to job creation, entrepreneurship and urban economic revitalization. It is positioned in the heart of a historic neighborhood that is sandwiched between the downtown central business district and the campuses of the region’s major research universities. Because the Hill District has suffered more than fifty years of economic disenfranchisement, community partners are working to ensure that this Energy Innovation Center will become an instrument of urban economic revitalization.
The Energy Innovation Center is a Pittsburgh based, not-for-profit organization with a mission to engage corporate and community leaders, align workforce development and education, develop and demonstrate technology, and incubate businesses, to support emerging clean and sustainable energy markets.
While the building is under development and construction, the Energy Innovation Center is actively working with employers and educators to identify, structure and deploy industry-informed education and training programs that advance the skills and knowledge of incumbent workers and meet the needs of those individuals seeking entry to the energy industry and related career paths.
Career and Performance coaching workshops assist learners in creating a strategic career plan for themselves and explore various habits of successful performers to ensure continued performance excellence within careers of choice. more..
When an organization, large or small, decides to be more environmentally responsible, they must measure their progress with carbon relative performance indicators. When measuring carbon performance businesses need to be able to manage and improve their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. more..
Evolving technologies in the facilities, energy and utilities industries, including smart systems, maintenance management systems, asset management systems, real-time data acquisition systems, fire life and safety systems, alternative energy systems, personnel management systems, space planning systems and many more more..
How to Sustain Financial and Environmental Success in Business and Industry
Program Overview – Session 2
This session is about very specific examples of return on sustainable and financially responsible investments. Topic include energy performance contracts, how to reduce waste and use methods continuous improvement for increased performance of your triple bottom line. more..
The first class offered at the EIC is an introduction to the Energy Innovation Center (EIC) as a construction site. Participants will have the opportunity to tour the building as it is being constructed and interact with the people working on the site. more..
Prior to 2013, Dr. Jacobsen was the Associate Dean – Environmental Studies At the Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) and Director of the center for Energy Conservation and Advanced Manufacturing (ECAM). more..
The Energy Innovation Center overlooking downtown Pittsburgh from the Hill District is a study in sustainable enterprise and community-wide partnership. more..