Renewable Energy



Congratulations to our President, Anouk Kendall, on her appointment to the Renewable Energy Advisory Committee for Lakeland College.
March 24, 2016

The Renewable Energy and Conservation program covers renewable energy alternatives including solar, wind, biofuel and geothermal sources. It also examines issues in climate change, conservation measures including waste reduction, reuse practices and energy conservation initiatives.

Position yourself to be part of the developing renewable energy field. As a student in Lakeland College’s Renewable Energy and Conservation program (REC), you’ll gain the knowledge and practical skills to be a leader in this growing industry. Online Delivery will allow flexibility in your busy schedule.

You’ll love the program’s online delivery format that helps you fit postsecondary education around your other life commitments. Even though the program is online, you’ll feel like you’re on campus with full access to data from Lakeland’s Centre for Sustainable Innovation, including the Renewable Energy Learning Centre.


If you are interested in learning more about technologies that have the potential to transform the future, the Renewable Energy and Conservation Program at Lakeland College is for you. Find out more at http://lakelandcollege.ca/