Community Wind Across America Conference
NOTE: Date has been changed to Feb. 8-9, 2011. Regional conference bringing agriculture and wind energy together to advance opportunities for locally-owned clean energy production and rural economic development.
The date of this event has changed from Nov. 30, 2010 to February 8-9, 2011.
Attendees will share experiences and information to harness the growing momentum for new models, new policies, and new projects. We will:
- Present and discuss innovative financial models and business structures for community wind energy development.
- Identify public policies that benefit community wind energy and address barriers to its expansion.
- Further the dialogue on how to add value for communities from wind development through enhanced participation, ownership, business opportunities, and local benefits.
- Convene experts to provide practical tools and sound information on how to develop community wind projects and small wind turbines.
Who should attend?
Farmers, ranchers, rural landowners, economic development professionals, elected officials, business leaders, tribal representatives, investors, bankers, town planners, community leaders and any other interested individuals.
Presented by Windustry, a non-profit organization working to increase wind energy opportunities for rural landowners and communities, with support from the US Department of Energy
For more information:
Catherine O' Neill, Windustry