TSEC - is an industry-led not-for-profit organization which is expediting the adoption of solar energy in the United States and create a solar R&D and manufacturing cluster in New York State, TSEC brings together industry, academic, and economic development partners to find solutions to the technical, economic, and marketing challenges facing the growing solar industry. For more information please visit the TSEC website†.

GET - help minorities and low income families in the Mid-Hudson Valley start their own businesses, thus giving impulse to the general economic growth of the region. Three locations Across the Mid Hudson Valley Region (Newburgh, Poughkeepsie, and Haverstraw). For more information please visit the GET website†.

Binghamton University – has developed a B.Sc. Degree in Engineering, offered on line which will allow students to take courses without attending classes on campus

New Paltz - Developing and implementing programming aimed at preparing participants for the transition from a Community College to a four year institution (CSTEP).

  • Research project with a solar engineering/management focus
  • Funding will allow CSTEP to serve an additional 5 to 7 students a year
  • Working individually with students (underrepresented minority and economically disadvantaged) to earn degrees in science, engineering, math, computer science, psychology, and science/math education.
  • Develop undergraduate & graduate level courses in technology

Ulster - Continuing to offer renewable energy training programs through the Clean Energy Technology Training Consortium (CETT)

  • Developing credit certificate program in solar technology manufacturing
  • CETT partners include SUNY Ulster, Orange, Rockland, Dutchess, Sullivan, & Westchester

Clean Energy Technology Training Consortium (CETT) – is a five-county partnership to help you navigate the growing fields of energy-efficiency and clean energy technologies. The SUNY Community Colleges of Sullivan, Rockland, Orange and Dutchess Counties are working together to coordinate courses, forge career pathways, and reach out into the community.

This program is coordinated by SUNY Ulster’s Continuing Education and Public Programs. Clean, renewable sources of power – solar, wind and geothermal – are transforming the energy landscape. They provide hope for both the economy and the environment.

SUNY Ulster Clean Energy Technology Training Resource Center - Funded by the NY State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA), this resource room is open to the public and located at the Business Resource Center in Kingston.

It features textbooks, journals, event flyers and career information. In addition, the room displays several types of photovoltaics (PV) panels including the Solartech panel manufactured in Kingston, NY. A small wind turbine is on display as are two geothermal trainers. The room is stocked with the latest articles on different renewable energy technologies as well as news articles about local renewable companies.

Come pick up a copy of the latest solar magazine or inquire about our Clean Energy Technology Training and Energy Efficiency courses. Call 845-339-2025 for hours of operation. Need to test your skill sets? Come to the Resource Center to take our math and electrical assessments and get started on a new career path! For more information call 845-802-7171. For more information visit the Sustainable Hudson Valley website or download the PDF.