The WoWE Luncheon is scheduled for Tuesday, May 5, 2009. There is a jam-packed program in place this year and lots of exciting WoWE announcements!
Each year, Women of Wind Energy awards multiple fellowships to women college students or recent graduates to attend the WINDPOWER conference. The fellowship honors wind industry pioneer Rudd Mayer.
Women of Wind Energy is growing faster than we ever expected, adding new members and chapters for greater networking locally and nationally.
Due to increasing interest in renewable energy and residential-sized wind turbines, this three-day workshop is being offered to provide an opportunity to learn the ins and outs of small wind project development. The timeliness of this workshop complements the growing demand and interest in renewable energy.
Who should attend?
New & existing small wind installers, MN small wind manufacturers, electricians, consultants, PV installers interested in wind and Minnesota Renewable Energy Society members.
The CapX2020 utilities filed a permit on December 29, 2008 for the Brookings County-Hampton 345kV transmission line project at the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.
As required by law the application contains two route options for the approximately 240-mile transmission line and associated substations. The MN Public Utilities Commission will decide on a route and issue a permit after a public process that includes public input through meetings and hearings.
The permit application is available to view online as well as at one of the following local libraries:
The CERTS 2009 conference in St. Cloud, Minnesota on February 10-11 will bring together over 500 Minnesotans who are blazing the paths to a clean energy future by working on energy efficiency and clean energy projects in their communities.
State and Consumer Services Agency Secretary Rosario Marin today announced the release of California's "grid neutral" guidebook; a step-by-step guide to help California schools and community colleges cut energy costs through on-site electricity generation.
Nominations for Wind Cooperative of the Year for 2008 are now being accepted. All electric cooperatives that are members of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association are eligible, and there is no cost to nominate.
The Wind Cooperative of the Year Award is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy's Wind and Hydropower Technologies Program.
The 2008 winner will be recognized at the NRECA TechAdvantage Conference in New Orleans, La., Feb. 11-14, 2009. All nominations are due by close of business on Jan. 5th, 2009.
Learn about commercial scale wind energy, wind rights & development options, land leases & agreements, Rural Energy Development Initiative and more at this seminar for landowners and community leaders who want to know more about navigating the commercial scale wind energy arena!
Meeting will be held Saturday, December 6th, 2008 from 1-5 pm at the American Legion Club, Main Street, Hayfield, MN
Please RSVP to Beth Lecy at 507-545-0112