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Sunday, 10 July 2011

President Clinton announces a commitment by Energy Infrastructure Partners

le  4 juil. 2011
Historically, Black Colleges and Universities in the United States have not been on the front lines of the green energy movement. The Energy Infrastructure Partners, America's first minority-owned clean energy infrastructure fund, is committed to change that by working with these institutions across the country to develop more efficient and renewable energy infrastructure, as well as certify students in green energy installation and integration. Starting this year, the program will educate and train students at five colleges to design, install, and maintain energy efficient projects, such as solar panels on the roofs of their schools. Over the next five years, Energy Infrastructure Partners will place 25 schools at the forefront of the green economy and prepare an estimated 100,000 students for jobs in the energy sector.

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