Portland Community College is offering the first-of-its-kind class in fuel cells, providing a new option for students to explore careers in green energy.
The Electronic Engineering Technology Program at PCC’s Sylvania campus in Southwest Portland is collaborating with ClearEdge Power, a Hillsboro manufacturer of cutting-edge fuel cell technology. PCC earlier installed two of the company’s fuel cells at its Sylvania campus.
It’s the first class of its kind offered in an Oregon community college.
ClearEdge also is exploring internships for students enrolled in the class.
The class begins spring term.