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E-M:/ 2005 Michigan Energy Conferences - Early Bird Registration Deadline Extended!

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2005 Michigan Energy Conferences!

Unleashing the Potential: The Future of Energy in Michigan

Thursday, October 20, 2005 at the Radisson Hotel, Lansing, MI

Preview Michigan?s energy future and explore the options our state has for a sustainable energy economy. The Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association, Urban Options and the State of Michigan Energy Office are pleased to present an energy conference that will focus on: Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy Technologies, and Energy Policy. The conference will feature topics such as: Energy Policy, LEED Certification, Energy Project Financing, Biomass Applications and much more. All topics will include content on successful local and national energy programs. Sessions will include information on commercial, business and utility projects.


Unleashing the Potential: Wind Energy in Michigan

Friday, October 21, 2005 at the Radisson Hotel, Lansing, MI-9788 or

Wind Energy use is on the rise with the promise of increasing jobs in states across the country. Michigan has great potential for wind energy use. The Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association, the US Department of Energy and the Michigan Wind Working Group will present Unleashing the Potential: Wind Energy in Michigan on Friday, October 21st, 2005. Speakers from the Great Lakes Region will present on


? State Economic Development Opportunities through Wind Power

? Community Wind Projects

? Small and Large Wind Project Financing

? Wind Energy Policy


Come explore the opportunities for Wind Energy in Michigan.


To register for one or both of the 2005 Michigan Energy Conferences, please visit www.glrea.org. 


Questions about the conference may be directed to the GLREA office at info@glrea.org or 800-434-9788.

Jennifer Malinowski
Program Manager
Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association
P.O. Box 346
257 S. Bridge St.
Dimondale, MI  48821
517-646-6269 ph
517-646-8584 fax

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