We just wrapped up the second day of Community Wind Energy 2008 in Albany, New York. The conference has been a great success, with people from 36 states, 4 other countries, and all parts of the community wind world in attendance.
Tomorrow we head to Jiminy Peak in Massachusetts to learn about their community wind project.
Just a reminder to all attendees that proceedings will be made available shortly. Watch our website for updates.
Here are some photos from the past two days:
In the exhibit hall.
Windustry's Erin Dietrich with Minnesota State Senator Ellen Anderson.
Lisa Daniels giving opening remarks in the Convention Hall.
Charles Newcomb, Lisa Daniels and lunch speaker Ann Bancroft.
A breakout session.
A certificate commemorating the RECs supplied by Native Energy to offset the conference's carbon emissions.