15 Jul 2018

New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program Training Courses

New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program (NJCEP) offers or directly sponsors a number of training courses throughout the year. The NJCEP promotes increased energy efficiency as well as the use of clean, renewable sources of energy such as solar, wind, geothermal, and sustainable biomass. The results are a stronger economy for New Jersey as well as less pollution, lower energy costs, and reduced demand for electricity.

NJCEP, also referred to here as “the Program”, offers services to residential, commercial, and municipal customers as well as financial incentives and programs. The Program works in cooperation with Eastern Heating & Cooling Council (EHCC) to provide quality training to HVAC contractors and technicians free of charge. You can get the latest information on NJCEP’s training offerings here. The info is updated monthly, and you’ll always find a wide variety of classes being offered. Some of the classes instructed by EHCC in partnership with the NJCEP include:

  • ACCA Manual J and S
  • ACCA Manual D
  • Hydronics
  • Measuring System Performance
  • Airflow & System Charging
  • Residential Duct Design & Sealing

Classes run from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and are held at distributors and gas company facilities throughout the state of New Jersey. Plan to arrive between 7:30 and 7:45 for sign-in – training begins promptly at 8:00. With the exception of Hydronics courses, all EHCC courses offered through the Program are instructed by Ed Janowiak, EHCC’s Technical Director. Hydronics courses are instructed by Ed Young of EHCC. All of the courses listed above count toward the continuing education requirements for NATE and BPI. These classes tend to fill up pretty quickly, so we recommend you register as early as possible. If you have any questions regarding these or any of our other HVAC training classes, please feel free to contact the Eastern Heating & Cooling Council at 800-247-6547.

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