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 Wake Tech Community CollegeWalterMartin Academic Workforce and Economic Development  Wake Tech is North Carolina's largest community college, serving more than 70,000 adults annually, with seven campuses, two training centers, multiple community sites and a comprehensive array of online learning options. Wake Tech is accredited and offers more than 250 associate degree, diploma and certificate programs that prepare students for university transfer or immediate employment. The college also offers short-term, non-degree programs in IT, health care, hospitality, public safety, skilled trades, manufacturing, EV and more. Non-degree programs include small business support, customized corporate training and basic skills courses such as English as a Second Language and high school equivalency preparation. Wake Tech also serves high school students at the Wake Early College of Health and Sciences, the Wake Early College of Information and Biotechnologies, Vernon Malone College and Career Academy and North Wake College and Career Academy, in partnership with the Wake County Public School System. Wake Tech works closely with the Wake County Public School System and its 34 high schools. Currently, the college is building an advanced manufacturing "Internet of Things." concept. This new campus location will also serve as our engineering educational hub along with our new Renewable Energy Training Labs. Wake Tech has articulation agreements and opportunities with East Carolina University, NC State University, NC A&T State University, UNC Charlotte and Western Carolina University. We are located within 60 miles of the new Vinfast EV manufacturing plant and the Toyota Battery manufacturing plant, both currently under site development. We are within 20 miles of the newly announced Forge Nano Manufactuing facility opening in 2026 here in the RTP region.


Phone: 9198665385

Address: 9101 Fayetteville RD, Raleigh, NC, 27603, United States
 PBJ Media Holdings, LLCPatty ThumannManaging Partner Small Business Facility Management  PBJ Media Holdings, LLC is a certified minority business enterprise (MBE) and a certified woman owned small business (WOSB). The company has vast experience in developing, with subject matter experts, professional development training in the areas of energy savings measurement & verification, energy efficiency, sustainability, energy data analytics, lighting, HVAC, workplace safety, and more. Programs can be delivered through live online webinars, on-demand, live in-person as well as inhouse at a client’s location. In addition, the company principals have a combined of over 50 years of experience in publishing technical journals and books, training planning and delivery (Globally) as well as producing and managing trade shows in the aforementioned areas. We are fluent in English as well as Spanish. We are an official Efficiency Evaluation Organization (EVO) Training Provider, recognized by ESTA and a provider for GreenNRG Institute and Lighting Controls Association.


Phone: 6787788516

Address: 3870 Peachtree Industrial BLVD suite 340 #342, Duluth, GA, 30096, United States
 Earth AdvantageDavid HeslamExecutive Director Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development Green Skills TrainingEarth Advantage is an Oregon-based non-profit currently implementing various programs to support a more informed and humane residential real estate market. Current expertise includes offering green skills training for pre-apprenticeship construction trade programs as well as continuing education for residential contractors. Earth Advantage brings deep expertise on multifamily and single-family residential energy technologies and programs, and is committed to building deep partnerships with community based organizations, labor, and governmental agencies. Earth Advantage is a national implementer of DOE's Home Energy Score Program, a DOE Better Buildings Workforce Accelerator Partner, and current awardee on various DOE-funded projects, including awards from the Building Technologies Office's Building America and Building Energy Codes Programs. Earth Advantage also has extensive experience collaborating with DOE's national laboratories on field research, software development, and green buildings technical assistance.

In terms of green skills training, Earth Advantage currently functions with many partners to offer online, classroom, and field-based learning about building science, green construction principles, green certifications, performance testing and energy assessment, healthy housing, and business opportunities in the market. Earth Advantage excels at working with partners that reach underserved youth, BIPOC individuals, and non-native English speakers with compelling and useful content that can help them land jobs that are in-demand and with compelling career pathways.

Earth Advantage is most interested to partner with organizations offering workforce development services for construction trades students and workers, and want to expand their curricula to include content regarding green technologies, clean energy funding streams, and growing good green job opportunities. Of particular interest for collaboration are labor organizations, youth climate and conservation corps programs, and organizations offering pre-apprenticeship and registered apprenticeship training. With a mix of Oregon-based and remote staff, Earth Advantage can serve partner needs in any part of the United States. Ideal partners will have a strong track record of serving diverse populations with strong wraparound services and basic skills training, and have a desire to collaborate on expanding exposure to and achievement of green skills and industry-recognized credentials.


Phone: 503.968.7160 x34

Address: 151 SW 1st Avenue, Portland, OR, 97204, United States
 The Innocent ConvictsThomas WhiteProgram Manager Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development  The Innocent Convicts (TIC) is a community-driven organization that harnesses the positive energy of young adults and formerly incarcerated individuals, to rebuild their communities and their live through job skills training including in renewable energy. Our team comes together with a rich tapestry of experience in providing workforce career training pathways in priority occupations to opportunity youth, returning citizens, veterans, single parents and have demonstrated a commendable commitment to addressing the unique barriers faced by these target populations in entering the job market. We understand the importance of creating a skilled local workforce for the long-term sustainability of the project. Our background is not only rooted in technical expertise but also in a deep understanding of the broader implications of skills development for individuals and industries. With a history of successful initiatives, we have honed our approach to meet the evolving demands of industries and the workforce including developing and implementing training programs that empower local communities to manage and maintain solar infrastructure.


Phone: 5086900274

Address: 4414 82nd Street, Lubbock, TX, 79424, United States
 Loans and Grants HelpDarrin RiberdyMember Small Business Other  We assist firms to complete and submit their grant application:

1. Project management of grant applications from start to finish
2. Create application template with client logo and branding
3. Create secure Dropbox site for document management
4. Create application plan with writing assignments and schedule
5. Agency documentation of solicitation and Q&A
6. Facilitate kick-off meeting and all status calls
7. Assistance to complete the concept paper
8. Assistance to complete full application
9. Assistance to complete application forms
10. Assistance to upload to agency portal
11. Assistance with obtaining UEI and
12. Packaging services
13. Assistance with application compliance
14. Assistance with application evaluation


Phone: 9563603960

Address: Schuerbach Road, Mission, TX, 78574, United States
 Working for America Institute (WAI)Liz WeissDeputy Director Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development  The Working for America Institute (WAI) is a non-profit organization that has served as the workforce development arm of the AFL-CIO for over 50 years. WAI provides technical assistance and operates training programs and related services for unions and their employers, joint labor-management partnerships, the education and workforce system, and community organizations.

WAI has extensive experience in applying for and implementing federal grants and contracts including innovative workforce development and Registered Apprenticeship programs. WAI can assist applicants for grants and contracts regarding workforce development programming. WAI has particular expertise in the manufacturing sector.

WAI can:
--Assist with workforce development program design and implementation, particularly for apprenticeship programs, including capacity building technical assistance and applying job quality principles.
--Provide applicants with access to a network of stakeholders, including labor unions and labor workforce intermediaries, to help meet requirements for worker voice, labor engagement, and partnership. WAI leverages union and their employer networks through the AFL-CIO’s federated structure, which includes 60 unions (affiliates) representing 12.5 million members, 51 state labor federations, and over 400 local labor councils.
--Implement employment and training programs for new workers and for upskilling incumbent workers.


Phone: 2027063136

Address: 815 Black Lives Matter Plaza NW, Washington, DC, 20006, United States
 Native Sun Community Power DevelopmentRobert BlakeExecutive Director Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development Tribal renewable energy + storageNative Sun is a Native-led nonprofit promoting energy efficiency, renewable energy, and equitable energy transition through education, workforce training, and demonstration.

Our mission is to help Native nations use renewable energy systems, train a Native renewable energy workforce, educate young people about climate change and the environment, and develop civic skills and capacity among Native people to provide leadership for a just transition and the pathway to energy sovereignty.


Phone: 612-723-9011

Address: 4407 E Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN, 55406, United States
 Center for Employment TrainingAmanda WinterDevelopment Director Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development Career Technical TrainingThe Center for Employment Training (CET) offers contextualized hands-on skills training programs in high demand industry sectors. We utilize a holistic approach, integrating basic skills training and job readiness components into our programs. CET primarily works with underserved and underrepresented communities, recognizing that most students face extreme barriers to employment and job training. CET focuses on skills training and human development to remove barriers. CET partners with alternative community-based organizations, workforce development boards, and government entities that can provide robust, comprehensive, wrap-around supportive services to ensure students thrive. We understand the importance of students attaining technical proficiency and having resources for a sustainable work-life balance, ensuring students receive thorough preparation for the workforce.
This approach includes job readiness components, equipping individuals with essential soft skills such as communication, teamwork, problem-solving, resume writing, and industry research. Programs include mock interviews facilitated by members of the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). The TAC teams have at least 3 local employers who support individual training programs within each campus, providing recommendations on curriculum development, industry insight, and priority interviews to qualified graduates. This provides students with valuable insight and feedback from industry professionals, preparing them for real-world job interviews and enhancing their employability.
CETs programs are at the forefront of addressing the evolving needs of the workforce by integrating green skills training and cutting-edge technology into its programs. Recognizing the significance of environmental sustainability and California's commitment to green initiatives, CET ensures that its training programs align with these principles, addressing the job market's immediate needs and contributing to the state's long-term sustainability goals.
CET takes pride in the quality and credibility of its training programs. All offerings have accreditation by the Council on Occupational Education and licensing by the Bureau of Private and Postsecondary Education.


Phone: 4082394020

Address: 701 Vine St, San Jose, CA, 95110, United States
 Association of Energy EngineersColin SpadyDirector of Business Development Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development Workforce DevelopmentThe Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is a nonprofit professional association with over 18,000 members around the world. Since its conception, AEE has been a leader in the energy management and energy efficiency, workforce development and training sector.

Our accredited and internationally accepted energy certification programs have helped more than 30,000 professionals gain recognition for their technical knowledge and industry expertise. Our programs are recognized globally by local, state and federal governments, NGO’s, utilities, energy service companies and business professionals and engineers. Department of Energy has recognized AEE as a credentialed partner, in its two recent grant opportunities, and in section 41503 of the BIL Inflation Reduction Act.

AEE’s training programs help industry professionals stay at the forefront of their fields or expand into new areas. Companies use our programs to invest in their staff and develop their workforce. Our learning platforms are in-person, online, virtual and hybrid.

AEE is interested in partnering with eligible lead partners for the Career Skills Training Grant, including Labor Unions and organizations, Labor-Management Partnerships, and Work Centers and organizations that represent workers in industries identified in the solicitation and help with your workforce development goals.

AEE’s Certified Energy Auditor and Energy Efficiency Practitioner are the programs relevant to this current solicitation. The EEP program is designed to help educate and qualify new or recent entrants into the energy management field on best practices for improving energy efficiency and sustainability in residential and commercial buildings. The program serves as a fundamental building block for additional individual professional development such as obtaining the Business Energy Professional (BEP), Certified Energy Auditor (CEA), or Certified Energy Manager (CEM) designation. The CEA program trains Energy Auditor candidates to undertake energy efficiency assessments of large buildings and industrial facilities. The audits cover building systems, occupancy, operations, maintenance, and code compliance.

AEE’s certifications certify your subject matter expertise for climbing the ladder while allowing lateral career moves for future flexibility.


Phone: 703-447-5083 ext. 239

Address: 3168 Mercer University Drive, Atlanta, GA, 30341, United States
 Blockchain Hive LLCColumbus PressleyCEO Small Business Workforce and Economic Development Electric Vehicle Charging Station Microgrid BatteryBlockchain Hive leads a team of certified VOB/SDVOB/WOBE/SBE/DBE & MBEs based in the Wash., DC metropolitan area with core capabilities focused on emerging technologies with an emphasis on advancing the energy transition, strengthening a lower-carbon grid infrastructure providing clean, reliable, and resilient power, fleet electrification, battery/energy storage, distributed energy, supply chain decarbonization, EV charging station infrastructure planning, microgrid development, A.I.-enhanced XG/IoT EV fleet telematics/optimization, RPA/BPA, Blockchain/Distributed Ledger, AI/ML/DL, VR/AR/MR, Workforce & Industrial Automation, & Legacy-to-Cloud Migration.
We develop next-level/best-in-class solutions for Federal Agencies, municipalities & private sector entities anchored by proof-of-concepts relating to our national defense and energy dependence issues while saving the environment and creating jobs in accordance with Justice40 initiatives ( while supporting the mission of the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation ( created through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and directly responding to President Biden’s Presidential Executive Orders 4028, 14008, 14057, 13693 & 13985 towards net-zero emissions to abstain from dependency on China, Russia & other non-domestic resources.


Phone: 2027170013

Address: 201 N UNION ST STE 110, Alexandria, VA, 22314, United States
 Sheet Metal Workers Local Union #12Greg BloseTrustee Co-chair Non-Profit Advanced manufacturing Career Skills Training ProgramThe Sheet Metal Workers Local Union #12 (SMW) is a Harmar Township-based labor union representing over 1,740 members in Western Pennsylvania. The members of the union are in high demand by both the construction and manufacturing industries due to their highly developed skillset and experience. In addition to its organizing and representation activities, the union administers an apprenticeship and continuing education program for its members through its training affiliate, the Journeyman Apprentice Training Fund for the Sheet Metal Industry of Western Pennsylvania (JATF).


Phone: 412-828-5300

Address: 1200 Gulf Lab Road, Pittsburgh, PA, 15238, United States
 WT Partners, LLCWilliam ThaiManaging Director Small Business Grid AllAdvisory, training, management, and grant writing services related to utilities, grid modernization, and clean energy technologies. WT Partners serves Utilities, Academia, Startups, Consulting Companies, and non-profits.


Phone: 9499434554

Address: 8911 Laureate Boulevard, Orlando, FL, 32827, United States
 International Union of Painters and Allied TradesJohn DohertySenior Advisor to the General President Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development Career Skills TrainingThe International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, through its Registered Apprenticeship program, The Finishing Trades Institue, serves the community in workforce development at over 100 facilities nationwide. The Finishing Trades Institute provides credentials to students in green technologies, Weatherization, Building Envelope and Glazing. We also partner with many preapprenticeship programs and workforce initiative throughout the US.

The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades is listed as a Workforce Accelerator in the Department of Energy's Better Buildings Initiative.


Phone: 6175922230

Address: 7234 Parkway Dr., Hanover, MD, 21076, United States
 Forethought Advisors, LLCTim SimonsCOO Small Business Workforce and Economic Development Community Benefits - DEIA - Workforce DevelopmentPioneering Community-Centric Solutions

At Forethought Advisors, we are the architects of impactful Community Benefit Agreements (CBAs) that prioritize the essence of community – genuine engagement, quality jobs, and a fervent commitment to promoting diverse supplier relationships.

Transforming Community Engagement

Genuine Engagement: Our method at Forethought Advisors isn't merely consultative. We dive deep into the fabric of the community, ensuring we understand, represent, and integrate every voice and narrative into our strategies.

Quality Over Quantity: Job creation under our guidance isn't just about filling vacancies. We emphasize creating meaningful, lasting roles that add significant value to the community and the diverse people it encompasses.

Championing Diversity: We recognize the vast potential in diverse supply chains and promote robust supplier management strategies that diversify and elevate the quality of inputs, products, and services.

Mastering CHIPs and Bipartisan Infrastructure Funding

Aligned with Biden Administration Goals: Our expertise at Forethought Advisors stretches to a comprehensive understanding of the objectives set forth by the Biden Administration for CHIPs and Bipartisan Infrastructure funding. This allows us to craft CBAs that are not just compliant but exemplary in meeting and exceeding these guidelines.

End-to-End Expertise with Continuous Oversight: From the initial conceptual spark to the detailed development processes, hands-on implementation, and post-implementation monitoring, we ensure that our clients are supported throughout. This holistic approach guarantees that their Community Benefit Plans are effectively implemented, consistently optimized, and aligned with their intended outcomes.

Dual-Focused Strategies: Our CBAs are crafted to serve a dual purpose – aligning perfectly with the objectives of businesses seeking funding while also resonating with the overarching goals of the Biden Administration, creating a win-win scenario for all involved.

Forethought Advisors - Where Community Vision Meets Expert Execution. Engage with us today, and together, let's lay the groundwork for community transformation through strategic, impactful CBAs.


Phone: 2028276596

Address: 1730 M Street NW, Washington, D.C., DC, 20036, United States
 Urban League of Central CarolinasRobyn Lake HamiltonPresident & CEO Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development  The Urban League of Central Carolinas is headquartered in Charlotte, NC, however we cover the entire state of North Carolina. Our strongest programs are HVAC, electrical, and soon to be welding. We have strong relationships with municipalities as well as corporate partners with ability to get trainees placed. Our interest is in being the Justice 40 Initiative partner for anyone looking to pursue federal dollars. We are a $2 million dollar organization with staff and audited financials. Let's partner.


Phone: 7043732256

Address: 740 W. 5th Street, Charlotte, NC, 28202, United States
 X Tech Midwest IncKLYNT GUYpresident Small Business Other asphaltAsphalt repair training in 237310 and 561210.


Phone: 3167495631

Address: 836 SOUTH LORRAINE STR, WICHITA, KS, 67211, United States
 BDO USADan DurstManaging Director Large Business Other Award AdministrationBDO Knows Grants Management. In the ever-evolving grants landscape, BDO emerges as a guiding force, offering a seamless journey through the complete lifecycle of grants management. BDO partners with organizations seeking the following capabilities:

Capability 1: Crafting Visions - Pre-Award Support

Embarking on the grants journey, our clients find solace in BDO's adeptness at transforming abstract ideas into compelling narratives. With meticulous attention to detail, we assist in articulating project concepts, ensuring they resonate with grantors. BDO supports organizations with the development of compelling concept papers and convincing full applications. A team of budgeting and indirect cost rate negotiation experts complements our grant writing expertise.

Capability 2: Sustaining Triumphs - Post Award Administration

The grant journey does not end with the notice of award; it transforms into a partnership sustained by compliance and reporting. BDO's commitment to ensuring adherence to grant terms and conditions is unwavering. Our experts seamlessly support the accounting, procurement, property management, and cyber related responsibilities of the largest grant recipients.

Capability 3: Bridging Horizons - Technology Integration

In an era dominated by technology, BDO does not merely adapt; it leads. Our grants management experts are enabled with innovative technology, bringing forth a wave of efficiency to our clients. From accounting to subaward administration, our experts identify the right solutions for each clients’ unique needs.

Capability 4: Echoes of Success - Impact Reporting

The soul of BDO's journey lies in the success stories etched in collaboration with our clients and their programs. Through quantitative metrics and qualitative milestones, BDO designs compliant and insightful reporting frameworks to address awarding agency demands.


Phone: 703-770-4456

Address: 8401 Greensboro Drive, Suite 800, McLean, VA, 22102, United States
 Maine passive houseKatrina BelleOperations Manager Small Business Workforce and Economic Development  Maine Passive House works to improve the built environment, inspire new ways of doing business, and uplift the communities we serve.

Maine Passive House is recognized as a leader in the passive house community and constantly works to further our knowledge of the latest techniques, materials and developments. Our strengths lie in having a deep knowledge of building science and meticulous planning and organization. We pioneer the integration of new building methodologies, carbon storing products, and energy efficient building practices, while diversifying the workforce through training the next generation of tradespeople. Maine Passive House has four certified passive house consultants on staff and we are corporate members of PassivhausMAINE, the North East Sustainable Energy Association, and the Living Future Building Institute.

The most important asset to any business is its employees. Maine Passive House places a high priority on increasing access to the trades, and have developed a reputation for being a just, equitable employer with near gender equity in the company - a highly irregular achievement in construction field.

We have piloted an apprenticeship program, and are currently working with the Maine Department of Labor to develop a Passive House specific track of training. Our aim is to pilot this model so that our wide network of peers in the industry may join the program. Every week we get emails from young and diverse individuals looking to join our company because they recognize us as a place where they may join the equitable transition to a carbon-neutral economy. We want to grow our capabilities to take on more of these applicants, which would require assistance in funding our apprenticeship program. Currently, those we do not have the capacity for, we direct to companies around us who are working on the same goals.

We are motivated and driven to increase access to the trades, improve the built environment, and move efficiently as possible to create a brighter future for our society. We welcome any partners who are interested in this path.


Phone: 2076071005

Address: 303 Mayville Road, Bethel, ME, 04217, United States
 International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail & Transportation Workers UnionTiffany Finck-HaynesGovernment Relations Representative Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development  The International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers is a member organization that represents members employed in the sheet metal and related construction trades. Our work in the construction industry promotes energy efficiency, air quality, and green buildings. In partnership with the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association (SMACNA), we jointly sponsor 148 Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committees (JATC) in the U.S., most of which were established in the early 1900s. All have been in continuous operation since their establishment. Our sheet metal JATCs provide broad-based training that educates apprentices in all aspects of building efficiency, from interior mechanical systems to building enclosures. This comprehensive understanding of building systems enables graduates to readily adapt to changes in technology. Apprentices obtain free classroom training, mentorship, and on-the-job instruction from experienced journeypersons. The combination of broad-based training, retraining, good wages, health insurance, and pension benefits enables graduates of sheet metal JATCs to maintain a middle-class standard of living through their careers and in retirement. Apprentices are offered the opportunity to focus on one of the following curriculums, within the context of a broad-based education:

Architectural Sheet Metal
Building Information Modeling (BIM)
HVAC Service and Refrigeration
Commercial HVAC
Residential HVAC
Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB)
Sign Industry

The training programs and materials offered by our programs are the result of an employee welfare benefit plan established to fund the training and development of apprentices and workers in the sheet metal industry. Our programs provide and maintain training and retraining programs; conduct train-the-trainer programs; develop and distribute training materials designed to improve the quality of workmanship and productivity in the sheet metal industry; and investigate, research and monitor changing technology — such as virtual and augmented reality — and specialty fields to meet the ever-evolving demands of a dynamic industry and new generation of skilled workers.


Phone: 202-717-1945

Address: 1750 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC, 20006, United States
 Operation Fresh StartBrianPolak Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development  Operation Fresh Start empowers emerging adults between 17-24 in Dane County, WI on a path to self-sufficiency through education, mentoring, and employment training. Program participants in this 1,000 spend 20% of their time in the classroom, earning their high school diploma, and 80% of their time on a worksite focused on either construction or natural resource management.


Phone: 608-244-4721

Address: 2670 Milwaukee St., Madison, WI, 53704, United States
 Emerald EnergySteve EnglerFounder and CEO Small Business Workforce and Economic Development Climate tech workforce development, heat pumpsEmerald Energy ( is solving the critical shortage of clean energy technicians. We are building a platform to source, assess, and train/upskill them using better technology. Emerald is starting by filling the gap in heat pump installers, then will expand into EVs, wind, and solar workers as we scale. We piloted with RYCOR HVAC (, the largest heat pump installer in the Northeast, which helped generate $250K in new revenue for RYCOR. We are also collaborating with workforce development organizations on Inflation Reduction Act-related grants. Emerald will work with companies, unions, and technical colleges as a B2B partner. We received investments from the energy agencies in NYS and MA (NYSERDA and MassCEC) and were selected to participate in the Venture for ClimateTech accelerator and Launch NY ECO incubator (both backed by NYSERDA).

We would need to be a partner as we are a for-profit company. Potential services we could provide:
-Emerald could help develop a digital course to supplement/amplify reach of in-person learning
-Emerald could focus on increasing the top of the funnel by finding you new students/future technicians on social media and assessing them
-Emerald could help you expand to a new vertical like heat pumps or EV technician
-Create a jobs tool that helps new workers figure out their best path into clean energy given the work they like to do, location, etc.
-Create an achievable standard for heat pump installer (right now there is no achievable national standard)

Emerald’s Capabilities:
• Product management and software development process
• Policy stakeholder engagement
• Communications and social media

Steve Engler's Background:
Product Leader at Citi Ventures; Obama Energy team; Cravath Environmental & Climate Law group; tech & cleantech investment banking; renewable energy consulting in Latin America. MPA/MPP degrees in energy management from Columbia SIPA, BA from Yale.


Phone: 9173009785

Address: 29 Darwin Avenue, Hastings on Hudson, NY, 10706, United States
 ITC LearningThomas ByrnePresident Small Business Workforce and Economic Development Training, Skills Assessment and Workforce DevelopmentITC Learning, LLC (“ITC” or the "Company") has been a leader in the maintenance and reliability training market for over 45 years, providing training to well over 6,000 organizations (companies, trade schools, community colleges and unions) and over 1 million learners. ITC’s historic customer base is primarily comprised of manufacturers, energy companies and retailers, with curriculum focused on electrical, instrumentation, mechanical, basic and safety skills.

The Company has recently expanded its curriculum to include a comprehensive list of EV Charging and Clean Energy courses and skills assessments. The Clean Energy curriculum includes technical skills training for wind, solar, battery storage and building efficiency installers and technicians. Additional Clean Energy courses are also in development.

We have the required training content, experience and reputation necessary to partner with organizations to efficiently deliver this curriculum and achieve the goals of SCEP.


Phone: 9547131161

Address: 13331 Miles Standish Port, Palm Beach Gardens, FL, 33410, United States
 IGEN - Illinois Green Economy NetworkDavid HusemollerExecutive Director Academic Workforce and Economic Development  IGEN facilitates a network of community colleges across the state of Illinois in support of its mission to drive the growth of the clean energy economy and the green workforce. IGEN does this by supporting green infrastructure on community college campuses and connecting sustainable technology with training curricula and career opportunities. Our vision is to ensure that the Illinois community college system serves as a global leader in transforming the economy and education for a sustainable future.


Phone: 847-543-2643

Address: 19351 W. Washington St., E120, Graylslake, IL, 60030, United States
 EverblueLesley BauldingMarketing Manager Academic Workforce and Economic Development  Everblue is an IREC Accredited Training & Software Provider that provides high-quality workforce solutions in the energy efficiency industry. Since 2008, Everblue has provided BPI Certification, RESNET HERS Rater, HEP Energy Auditor, and other courses online and nationally in person through its open enrollment schedule and through private corporate training. Through its partnerships with state energy offices, tribes, community action agencies, utilities, prisons, community colleges, and employment agencies, Everblue shows an unwavering commitment to building a strong energy efficiency workforce.


Phone: 8004602575

Address: 8720 Camberly Road, Huntersville, MP, 28078, United States
 WT Partners, LLCWilliam ThaiManaging Director Small Business Grid  16+ years in Utilities industry. Services include project management, technical advisory, and grant writing/proposal development.


Phone: 9499434554

Address: 8911 Laureate Boulevard, Orlando, FL, 32827, United States
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