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HCEI Mission

Hocking College is known for developing and matching local assets with regional, national and global market realities. We are the only two-year college in Appalachian Ohio offering comprehensive training programs that address multiple types of advanced energy, including automotive hybrids, fuel cell technology and interdisciplinary courses in solar energy, wind turbines and hydro electrics.

Located adjacent to the Logan-Hocking Industrial Park in Logan, OH, our LEED certified campus serves as a working experiential laboratory while attracting green technology companies. Our classroom experience extends beyond our walls and into neighboring advanced energy businesses. Daily collaboration and interchange with companies competing in the marketplace allows for direct Institute and industry collaboration and real-time adjustments in our curriculum and training approaches, while providing our students with internships and a competitive advantage when entering the job market.

Consistent with our hands-on learning philosophy, the Institute's green campus permits demonstrations and experiments on a real-world scale. The presence of functioning alternative energy sources such as solar power, wind, and fuel cells in all of the Institute's facilities places the future in students' hands today.

The emerging "green economy" demands a workforce to construct, install, troubleshoot, modify and test multiple types of alternative energy equipment and applications. The Hocking College Energy Institute is well-positioned to meet the challenge.

  • Clean energy alternatives will account for more than half of the energy produced around the world by 2020, dramatically altering the global economic balance of power.
  • Today's alternative energy startups will be tomorrow's worldwide power brokers, as conventional fuel companies and utilities form alliances to ensure the continuous uninterruptable generation of electricity.
  • The renewable energy industry will be a major creator of jobs over the next ten years; production of photovoltaic cells and inverters in Ohio will more than triple in the next several years.
Hocking College Energy Institute
30140 Iles Road
Logan, OH 43138
Phone: 740.380.9315
Fax: 740.380.1241
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