Sponsored by the Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs) and their partners, this conference is for everyone interested in being a part of Minnesota's clean energy future - farmers, utility representatives, school staff, local officials, students, business owners and members of any community. It's an excellent opportunity to learn what people are doing across the state on energy issues, and to connect and share resources.
The event starts on Tuesday, Feburary 10th with optional in-depth workshops and an evening reception, followed by the daylong conference on February 11th. Conference topics are wide ranging and include:
- Local Foods
- Cities Leading the Way
- Biogas Digesters
- Energy Efficiency
- Small-Scale Wind
- Affordable Housing
The opening keynote speaker is Randy Udall, energy expert from Colorado and board member of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas - USA. The event also includes a legislative forum moderated by Kerri Miller of Minnesota Public Radio.
Registration is $50 for the conference and $30 for the pre-conference workshops. For details visit the web site above.