Buckville.com

Renewable Energy for Everyone

Renewable Energy and Firefighter Safety - April 2014 - ONLINE

April 21 - May 18, 2014

This class is being offered online for the first time, by the Midwest Renewable Energy Association.

GO HERE for more information and to register!

Introduction to Small Wind Power - Nebraska - June 2014

June 1, 2014, 9AM - 6PM
Chadron, Nebraska
Cost: $100

If are interested in small wind power for your renewable energy system, or are a professional wishing to expand into the wind business, this class is for you!

For more information about this course, check out a detailed description, the class syllabus and more HERE

Students who successfully complete the class will receive 8 CEU credit hours from NABCEP and IREC.

Off-Grid Systems for Remote Locations - Nebraska - 2014

May 31, 2014, 9AM - 6PM
Chadron, Nebraska
Cost: $100

If you've ever wanted to move off the grid, or want to expand your knowledge of your exiting system, this class is for you!

For more information about this course, check out a detailed description, the class syllabus and more HERE

Students who successfully complete the class will receive 8 CEU credit hours from NABCEP and IREC.

Wind Turbine Design and Construction - Nebraska - May 2014

Site of the workshop in Chadron, Nebraska
May 31 - June 5, 2014
Chadron, Nebraska
Cost: $850
Come join us in Chadron, Nebraska for 6 days of hands-on wind turbine building fun! This class includes both the classes Intro to Off-Grid Systems and Intro to Small Wind Power.

For more information about this incredible 6-day small wind boot camp, check out a detailed description, the class syllabus and more HERE

Chadron State College, 2011

A couple weeks ago we taught a workshop at Chadron State College in Nebraska ~ 6 days long.

Eastern Michigan University, 2010

As mentioned in earlier posts, we got talked into teaching our 'homebrew wind' workshop for Eastern Michigan University near Detroit.  It was a 500 level course, for credit.  Half our students were profs at the university.  For the most part, they had very little experience with hands on stuff.  They didn't know the theory behind wind power or the basic physics but they picked up on that stuff quickly.  With 12 students and lots of tools, we were hard pressed to get one 12 foot machine built - but it did come out nicely.

Missouri, 2010

So I have tons of pictures saved up over the summer and here is 'part one' of our adventures this summer.  This posting will likely be the first of several I fire up here in short order.  I do like to write about all our adventures - we've had lots, and I'm way behind on posting about stuff.

Wisconsin, 2010

Upcoming Classes

Please Contact Us for more information about any of these classes. If you are interested in hosting a workshop at your location, we'd be happy to speak with you.

2014 Schedule

(Classes with question marks are not confirmed, check back here or Contact Us for more information)

Homebrew Wind Power -- Wind Turbine Design and Construction:

Syndicate content