Miramar College To Offer Alternative Fuels Auto Training Program -

Miramar College To Offer Alternative Fuels Auto Training Program

San Diego Miramar College will receive $2 million over the next three years to work with community colleges in California to train students and faculty about clean fuels technology.

Screen Shot 2015-12-14 at 9.06.57 AMSan Diego Miramar College will receive $2 million over the next three years to work with community colleges in California to train students and faculty about clean fuels technology.

From the Times of San Diego website:

San Diego Miramar College will lead a statewide program in which community colleges will train automotive technicians to repair and maintain vehicles using alternative fuels and advanced technology, the San Diego Community College District announced Friday.

The college’s Advanced Transportation Technology and Energy Center will receive $2 million over the next three years to work with community colleges statewide in developing curriculum, acquiring equipment and training instructors who will educate students and faculty about clean fuels technology.

The funding will also help educate technicians already in the workforce on alternative fuels technology, enabling them to master the maintenance of buses and other vehicles that run on compressed natural gas or electric power.

Click HERE to read the entire article about Toby Evans and the Lenoir Community College Automotive Customizing Technology program on the Times of San Diego website.

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