Veteran-Owned small business Colorado Corporation seeks Veteran employees


EEC is working with to attract our Veteran community to these new green jobs
By Randy Miller
The age of green energy is all around us. EEC is living up to the challenge and this Veteran-Owned small business based in Colorado, is leading the way in creating GREEN JOBS in Colorado.
The president and founder Albert Wallace is an Associate Member of the Denver Chapter of the AIA, has served as a HERS rater and Director of E*Star Colorado, and is licensed by the Colorado Department of Water Resources for geothermal systems. He is certified for LEED for Homes rating compliance. Al is an instructor for the Timber Framers Guild and the Rocky Mountain Workshops where he delivers educational seminars on high performance home design and integrated renewable energy systems. Al holds a B. S. degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the U.S. Air Force Academy, an MBA from Golden Gate University in California, and Master’s Degrees in Architecture and Landscape Architecture from the University of Colorado at Denver with Certificates in Design/Build and Historic Preservation. He consults worldwide on renewable infrastructure systems -volunteering time and resources to help indigent communities in South America develop sustainable infrastructure.
Energy Environmental (EEC) is a Veteran-Owned small business Colorado Corporation specializing in the design and implementation of sustainable HVAC and renewable energy systems. EEC is unique in its efforts to reduce energy consumption and protect the environment while creating green jobs in Colorado.
They believe “green” education and training is paramount to solving the challenges created by the world economic crisis, green house gas emissions, and our dependence on fossil fuels. With 40% of energy consumption related to building construction and use, adopting renewable residential systems within the framework of an integrated architecture is the answer. Training existing contractors on renewable energy creates “shovel ready” jobs while reducing the dependence on foreign oil and green house gases immediately upon implementation. EEC is working with to attract our Veteran community to these new green jobs.
What impresses me the most, is this companys dedication to sharing their success with those less fortunate. In 2008, Energy Environmental Corporation allocated over 10% of gross profits to infrastructure projects in Peru which improved people’s quality of life within communities lacking clean water, reliable power, adequate communications, or medical facilities.
If you are Veteran, and you have a desire to help change the world, yes, change the world in the way we use energy, then I encourage you to contact Albert or Sue and apply today, get the education and training and make a difference in the world today. You are Military Veterans, and you know what it means to make a difference in the world. Join their work force today.
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