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International Air and Hospitality Academy is creating a training center for wind energy technicians at Northwest Renewable Energy Institute, which is scheduled to open in July.

Training will consist of maintaining and servicing onshore wind generating turbines. Following an introductory course on wind turbines, students will be instructed in fundamental electronics, power electronics, semiconductor devices and circuits, hydraulics and various computer applications.

For more information: nwenergyinstitute.com.

Location: Vancouver, Wash.


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