By covering technology, policy, and finance topics, the goal of the Certificate in Renewable Energy Management (CREM) program is not only to provide a solid foundation of how existing renewable technologies work, but also to have a firm grasp of policies and financial options to make informed decisions when developing and managing a renewable energy project. This hybrid onsite-online course requires participants to work on a group project that will be presented on the last day of the course. CREM graduates will be able to:
1. Understand factors that help you choose a product and technology for a project.
2. Describe renewable energy policy terminology.
3. Understand how federal, state and local policies, incentives and regulations can affect the health of the renewable energy industry.
4. Navigate the current financial landscape and assess different financial and ownership models.
5. Sit for the NABCEP Technical Sales Certification Exam. (Must meet other qualifications set by NABCEP.)
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