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The Green Mechanical Council is an association of more than 300,000 individuals. Representing those who manufacture, design, build, install, maintain, and service
the energy efficient and environmentally responsible mechanical systems built or retrofitted into today’s commercial, industrial, and residential structures.
Green Mechanical Systems will only remain energy efficient beyond the "design/build" phase if they are installed, maintained, and serviced by skilled mechanics and
technicians that understand the vital role their knowledge and skill plays in keeping today’s mechanical systems "Green over Time". This new workforce must consist
of persons who have been educated in properly accredited training and certification programs.
The Green Mechanical Council works with Career Technical Schools, Apprenticeship Training Programs, Technician Certification Programs, and Programmatic Accreditation
Organizations to ensure that their training and certification in sustainable technologies is of the highest quality.
We are further committed to creating a greater awareness of what is green as well as sustainable within the general population.
The Green Mechanical Council is now a member of the ESCO Group further advancing the programs it can provide.
Green Mechanical Council is a Member of the HPBCCC
Green Mechanical Council is a USGBC Education Provider
The Green Mechanical Council is a member of the Western HVAC Performance Alliance.
System Performance provides the techniques and procedures required to maximize the energy efficiency of HVAC systems and reduce call backs.
Duct and Envelope Testing provides an in-depth understanding of envelope and duct leakage testing procedures, methods of expressing results, and terminology.
Residential energy studies show that 72% of systems are improperly sized. Determining the proper heating and cooling load for a structure is
one of the most important processes when installing a new HVAC system.
This 800-contact hour curriculum package is delivered in a modular design to allow instructors to utilize the entire curriculum or select specific
subject modules to complement any existing HVACR program.
The Green Awareness training program provides a basic understanding of green concepts, terminology, systems, and the latest in green mechanical technology.