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WASHINGTON -- Programs that develop energy will get federal financial support if the House gets its way. The chamber recently sent to the Senate several measures that could develop energy programs on campuses.
House lawmakers approved the Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Tax Act of 2007, which would authorize an Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Worker Training Program.
The program would include $75 million a year in funding for energy training partnerships, half to be distributed federally and the other half by states.
Community colleges could participate if they partnered with governments, employers, labor organizations and veterans …