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Heartland Renewable Energy Society Workshop
BPU Community Solar Program
Saturday, May 12, 2:00 pm
West Wyandotte Library - Auditorium
1737 N 82 St, Kansas City, KS 66112

BPU Community Solar FarmThe Board of Public Utilities (BPU) has quickly become one of the leaders in the world of utilities for the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. Nearly 45% of BPU's power generation comes from renewable energy sources! Of course, this transition will take years, but BPU is proving their commitment to this effort.

Now, BPU has recently developed its new Community Solar Farm, and is offering its customers the opportunity to take part in this effort. Homeowners AND renters can participate in getting their renewable electricity from the BPU Community Solar Farm.

Come to our workshop on May 12 to discover how folks can participate in this vital and forward thinking effort, and the how and why BPU is moving in this direction.

We would appreciate your RSVP to help us plan. (Thanks if you have already RSVP'd)

See you Saturday, 2:00 pm, May 12!!

Craig Wolfe, President
info@HeartlandRenewable.org

For the best comprehensive list of green events, go to Greenability Magazine's calendar at:
http://greenabilitymagazine.com/green-events/




For those without...
access to an energy audit/retrofit program,
access to expertise, or
access to resources to purchase energy efficiency,

The Heartland Renewable Energy Society Presents...

The Clipboard Home Energy Checklist
You can find it here.


The Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy www.dsireusa.org is a comprehensive source of information on state, local, utility, and selected federal incentives that promote renewable energy. The info includes many of the new Federal solar and conservation incentives passed with the new Energy Policy Act of 2005. Also, the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy has a great book and lists of conservation incentives.
To contact Craig Wolfe, President
info@HeartlandRenewable.org

All of the activities of the Heartland Renewable Energy Society - the Energy Solutions Homes Tour, Workshops, Newsletter, Website, Email Lists, Presentations, and Educating, Monitoring, and Reporting of Legislative Activities - are performed by volunteers who feel strongly about the imperative of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sensible sustainable development.

ASAS ChapterHRES is a member chapter of the American Solar Energy Society representing Missouri and Kansas


HRES GoogleGroup ListServe.  If you would like to be a part of a discussion group of HRES members, your must first join HRES. Once a member, send an e-mail to Craig Wolfe, along with your reason for joining HRES, to info@heartlandrenewable.org. You can ask questions and let our members and friends know what is going on in your area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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