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GREAT LAKES RENEWABLE ENERGY ASSOCIATION
SPACE IS FILLING FAST -
Register Now for these Upcoming
Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association Seminars!
Looking for new ways to power or heat your home? Don't miss the GLREA Renewable Energy Seminars.
Two unique program opportunities are coming up soon - an Intermediate Photovoltaic Seminar in Dimondale, MI (near Lansing) and an Introductory Renewable
Energy Seminar Series at Michigan State University.
More information about each program, and registration information is available below.
Register today and find out how renewable energy can work for you!
PHOTOVOLTAIC INTERMEDIATE SEMINAR
|When: ||February 24, 2007 |
|Where: ||GLREA Energy Center|
257 S. Bridge St.
Dimondale, MI 48821
|Time: ||9:00 AM- 4:30 PM|
|Cost : ||$55 Non-member $40 Members|
Solar Photovoltaic Electric Technology Students will gain a more in-depth understanding of the components that make up a Photovoltaic (PV) electric system and how PV works. Participants will learn how to: define a load analysis, site selection, energy efficiency measures, techniques, and system sizing.
Instructor Dave Lankheet of S.U.R.Energy Systems is experienced in renewable energy system
design, sales, and installation of solar electric and wind generators.
The class will break for lunch for approximately one hour. Students are responsible for their own lunches.
To Register or for more information, please contact:
INTRODUCTORY RENEWABLE ENERGY SEMINARS
|When: ||Saturday, March 3, 2007|
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
|Where: ||Kellogg Center, Michigamme Room |
Michigan State University
Are you interested in learning the basics of renewable energy systems and how they can work in Michigan? Then the Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association's (GLREA) renewable energy seminars are for you. These seminars answer commonly asked questions about three types of renewable energy applications: solar water and space heating, solar electricity and wind energy.
|9:00 - 11:30AM ||Solar Water and Space Heating Systems ? Learn how to use the sun?s energy for domestic uses (showers, sinks, washing machines) and for home heating. These systems are easy to install and often pay for
themselves in energy savings in just a few years. This seminar provides an overview of a variety of water and space heating systems.|
|11:30 -12:30PM ||Lunch on your own|
|12:30 ? 2:00PM ||Solar Photovoltaic Electricity ? Students will gain a basic understanding of the components that make up a photovoltaic (PV) electric system and how PV works. Participants in this seminar should attend the Balance of Systems session.|
|2:15 ? 3:00PM ||Balance of Systems ? A part of the PV and wind energy seminars, this session covers the components that are common to both. There is no additional charge for this session.|
|3:15 ? 5:00PM ||Wind
Electricity ? This seminar is ideal for people who wish to learn more about wind energy technology and who are interested in installing a system. Participants in this seminar should attend the Balance of Systems session.|
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|One Seminar ||$30 ||(GLREA Members - $20)|
|Two Seminars ||$40 ||(GLREA Members - $30)|
|Three Seminars ||$50 ||(GLREA Members - $40)|
Jennifer Malinowski, Program Manager
Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association
257 S. Bridge St., PO Box 346, Dimondale, MI 48821
Michigan Energy Fair ~ June 22-24, 2007
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