Biofuels are a sustainable energy source made from organic materials or recycled oils converted into liquid fuels. The most common types of biofuels are ethanol; an alcohol made from plant biomass, and biodiesel; a combination of alcohol and oil or fat. An exciting new resource for biofuels is algae, which is well-suited to growing here in the Southwest.
In SFCC's new Biofuels program, you can learn to make biodiesel, ethanol and algae oil and go to work in the growing biofuels industry.
The Biofuels program offers courses in:
Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicle Technologies
Biofuels I, Biofuels II and Labs
Biology, Chemistry and Labs
Introduction to Sustainable Technologies
Electrical and Mechanical Fundamentals
Planning the Entrepreneurial Venture
Plant or Lab Technician
Principal Contact: Luke Spangenburg, email@example.com, 505-428-1332
State: New Mexico
Target Education Levels: Certificate
Training Types: Education