A new solar training facility built by Airstreams Renewables, Inc. (ARI) will be situated next to a 1.5 to 2 megawatt solar park in Tehachapi, CA.
The project is scheduled to be built starting in 2013 and ARI has coordinated the solar park with a major solar developer on a 33 year lease.
Founder and CEO Dave Schulgen says, "With plans to launch our proven technical training methodologies into the solar sector, this solar project will provide our staff and students with access to state of the art equipment necessary for our solar training programs planned for development."
ARI is in process of an aggressive business expansion. This new world-class solar training facility is a part of it as it will have a ready available workforce at its disposal.
This solar training program will also support the re-training and transition of U.S. military personnel to the renewable energy sector, helping them gain employment in a rapidly growing market.
Airstreams Renewables, Inc. already offers safety and technical training solutions throughout the renewable energy sector that are focused on core skill sets designed to meet industry standard expectations for both entry level and advanced construction and service technicians.
Thier solar training courses are instructed by industry experts with over 200 years of combined experience in the wind and renewable energy industry.
If you would like to get involved, visit their website at www.air-streams.com