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Past Events in Wisconsin

7 event(s).

Renewable Energy Project Development Program

Date: 3/26/2013 to 3/28/2013

Location: La Crosse, WI

Contact: Gundersen Health System

Phone: 855-669-1653

Integrated Center for Education, 1827 Sims Place

This information was last updated on January 04, 2013

Gundersen Health System implements renewable energy projects in healthcare. Learn about what it takes to develop a renewable energy portfolio for hospitals and projects in action. Class sizes are limited. An agenda for the Renewable Energy Project Development program is available.

Small Wind Conference Presentations Available

Date: 7/24/2012

Location: WI

Contact: Samantha Smart Merritt

Phone: 612-655-5363

This information was last updated on July 24, 2012

Thirty-five presentations from the 2012 Small Wind Conference held June 12-13, 2012, in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, are now available for online viewing. The presentations cover a wide variety of topics of interest to small wind installers, site assessors, manufacturers, system designers, supply chain vendors, educators, advocates, public benefits program managers, and permitting authorities.

Wisconsin Wind Working Group Meeting

Date: 4/8/2011

Location: WI

Contact: Michael Vickerman

Phone: (608) 255-4044

Source: RENEW Wisconsin

9:30 am - 12:00 pm CT
State of wind power and renewable energy in Wisconsin discussion.

Small Wind Conference Proceedings

Date: 6/14/2010 to 6/16/2010

Location: Stevens Point, WI

The 6th annual Small Wind Conference is the premier event for small wind-electric system designers and installers, and for those involved in sales, specification, management, funding, and permitting of small wind systems. Proceedings are available.

Topics

  • Updates from wind turbine manufacturers and importers
  • Test results and updates on new wind turbines and equipment
  • Wind-electric system cost and design
  • Zoning and permitting processes
  • Advancements in resource and site assessments
  • Problems encountered in the field and how they were solved
  • Input from dealers and installers—what works and what needs work
  • Updates on installer and turbine certification as well as new NEC code for small wind

18th Annual Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair

Date: 6/15/2007 to 6/17/2007

Location: Custer, WI

Midwest Renewable Energy Association.
Wind Powering America will be hosting an exhibit. The Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair is the world's largest renewable energy educational event of its kind. The Fair features hundreds of workshops, speakers and exhibits all emphasizing clean energy and sustainable living and is fun for the whole family. All activities and parking are FREE with paid admission. Special sets of workshops for children, educators, renters, and women are offered as well as a Clean Energy Car Show, where you can learn how to reduce your reliance on foreign fuel.

Utility-Scale Wind Development Workshop for Landowners and Farmers

Date: 4/11/2003

Location: WI

Contact: Bill Hui, U.S. DOE

Phone: 312-886-8586

The purpose was for attendees to:

  • know some of the options for developing wind sites
  • understand the process for developing wind sites
  • know what their next steps should be and who to contact for assistance

Wisconsin Tribal Wind Workshop

Date: 2/26/2002

Location: Custer, WI

The objective of the one-day workshop was to promote/educate the communities in Wisconsin regarding available wind resources on Tribal land, the technical, economic, policy and environmental issues and opportunties relating to wind energy developments. Approximately 25 individuals participated at the event. Key agenda topics included DOE's anemometer loan program and other techical assistance available through WPA's Native American Program, state of Wisconsin grant opportunities, and a Q&A session. A tour of the facility which featured an installed wind turbine was held at the end of the workshop.