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Energy Education Center, Irwindale

Our Energy Education Center in Irwindale offers a wide range of resources to help you make better energy decisions for your home or business.  Whether you’re a home owner, renter, business owner, manager, contractor, designer or engineer, we can help. Attend classes and workshops and learn about the latest rebate and incentive programs and services available.

Visitor Info


6090 N. Irwindale Avenue
Irwindale, CA  91702

Phone: 1-800-336-2822  |  Fax: 1-626-812-7508
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

We are conveniently located off the 210 Freeway in Irwindale, in the Gateway Business Center. Driving directions

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We offer classes and workshops taught by renowned experts in areas such as commercial and industrial lighting, HVACR, energy management controls, sustainable technologies, and much more. 

Classes and workshops are open to the public and are free of charge.

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Facility Services and Amenities

Our Energy Education Center – Irwindale (EEC-I) is a full-service facility with more than 51,000 square-feet of classrooms, meeting rooms, demonstrations and unique hands-on exhibits and displays; including specialty exhibits such as the Smart Energy Experience™.

Foodservice Technology Center

Foodservice Technology Center

The Foodservice Technology Center is a one-of-a-kind demonstration kitchen that showcases the latest energy efficient commercial foodservice technologies.  There are cooking demonstrations, side-by-side comparison testing of multiple cooking technologies, and classes on how to reduce the operating cost of your restaurant or foodservice business.  Some technologies showcased include: combination ovens, connectionless steamers, griddles, conveyor ovens, fryers, ice machines and exhaust hoods.

Electric Vehicle Chargers and Solar Canopy

Electric Vehicle Chargers and Solar Canopy

Our Photovoltaic (PV) Powered Electric Vehicle Charging Canopy demonstrates how electric vehicles and solar energy can work together to help create a cleaner environment.

This electric vehicle charging array has four small paddle induction chargers for existing Toyota RAV4 EVs and eight new SAE J1772-2009 standard Level 1 and 2 conductive charge stations that can be connected to most 2011 and newer plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehicle models.

The charging stations are available for the general public and visitors of the Energy Education Center on a first come, first serve basis.