Coalition uses education to engage next-generation utilities workers

02/25/2013 | Smart Grid News

A new program being piloted at a Connecticut high school seeks to engage the energy workers of the future by offering a crash course in the next-generation solutions that will revolutionize the industry. The Light Up Your Future, or LUYF, program -- which was introduced at the Academy of Engineering and Green Technology in Hartford -- is a project of Northeast Utilities and the Energy Providers Coalition for Education, and includes online classes and a paid internship at Connecticut Power & Light.

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