Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City

Oklahoma Greenovation

In order to prepare Oklahomans for a green economy, OSU-Oklahoma City is participating in the Green Occupational Skills Training Grant funded by the Oklahoma Department of Commerce. By taking part, OSU-OKC is educating the state’s workforce to better allow Oklahoma to face the changing energy efficiency economy.


Training will be in the areas of Geothermal Heating & Cooling Systems and Smart Metering Technology.


Geothermal Heating & Cooling training will focus on design, installation, repair and sales of geothermal technology using hands-on simulation and the latest course material offered by the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA). This training will help individuals gain needed skills in the growing market.


Smart Metering Technology training will enhance skills for individuals already in the electrical power distribution industry. The training will focus on the installation, development and use of smart meters and their connection to the grid, and will help individuals gain needed skills to advance their career.


The training provided through this opportunity will allow for hands-on understanding and expenses with the latest systems found in both evolving industries.


If one of the following statements fits you, OSU-OKC’s Oklahoma Greenovation training could benefit you:

  • Currently work in the HVAC industry and want to expand training
  • Lost a job in the HVAC industry and looking to get back into the field
  • Currently working in the Geothermal Heating & Cooling industry without formal training
  • Currently work in the power distribution industry and need training and understanding of current Smart Metering Technology

Qualifying individuals will have no out-of-pocket cost; all course material and training will be provided.


OSU-OKC is now accepting applications for this skill enhancing opportunity. Training will allow individuals an advantage in a flourishing green economy.


For more information contact:

Amber Kirkland
Grant Reporting Assistant
Tel: 405-945-3355
Fax: 405-945-9144


Terry Clinefelter
Construction Technology & Renewable/Sustainable Energy
OSU-Oklahoma City
900 N. Portland Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73107