Alternative Fuels Building

Architect's rendering of the alternative fuels building
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We are investing in new and renovated experiential learning facilities including a new $16 million Alternative Fuels Building to house our Renewable Energy and Diesel Technology programs. This new 30,000-square-foot applied learning technology building will house the college's bio-fuels, renewable energy and diesel technology programs and will include state-of-the-art wind, solar, hydro and bio-fuels labs, diesel technology garage and lab space capable of servicing heavy construction and agricultural equipment, as well as long haul tractor and trailer assemblies.


Students working on a tractor

Fuel your passion.

SUNY Morrisville offers two programs in diesel technology that combine hands-on learning with industry-standard technology.

Our Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program in diesel equipment technology trains you to start your career as a technician and move into management, while also preparing you…

Students working on a water heater

Harness the unlimited power of your potential.

Renewable energy isn’t just smart; it’s an industry that has a great need for skilled professionals in grid-tied solar photovoltaic, solar thermal, geothermal, small wind, micro hydroelectricity, liquid biofuels, biomass combustion and other bioenergy systems.

The hands-on nature of…