Dec 8, 2010 7:51 PM by Shelby Rhodes
The Sustainability Center at Cuesta College received a big boost from PG&E Wednesday.
The school was awarded a $25,000 check on the North County campus. The money will be used for training in renewable energy technologies and for testing new technologies.
The sustainability center is also teaming up with the college's Business and Entrepreneurship Center to bring in trained technicians.
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