Energy Events ARCHIVE
Wisconsin Wood Energy Team Webinar Series
This two-part webinar series, presented by the Wisconsin Statewide Wood Energy Team and the University of Wisconsin-Extension, is intended to provide information on the use of wood energy as an alternative to LP gas, fuel oil, or electricity for heating and process heat.
3/16/17 Part 1: Learn about the different types of wood fuels and wood burning appliances.
3/23/17 Part 2: Learn about the economics of wood energy and available financial assistance to help offset the cost of converting to wood.
Clean Energy States Alliance Webinar: Comparing the Abilities of Energy Storage, PV, and Other Distributed Energy Resources to Provide Grid ServicesMonday, March 13, 2017
In this webinar hosted by Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA's) Energy Storage Technology Advancement Partnership, attendees will learn how to benchmark and compare very different distributed energy resources on their ability to supply each grid service. Guest speakers from the Grid Modernization Laboratory Consortium will discuss the drivers behind this research challenge, the technical problems that need solving, and their progress so far in the areas of energy storage and solar PV.
Better Buildings: Better Business Wisconsin Conference
Seventhwave and the Wisconsin Builders Foundation host B4 - the nation's largest conference and expo dedicated to advancing cold climate residential building and remodeling. The program will address thenational perspective, what is the data telling us about building better buildings and businesses? And, what does all of this mean for you? Also, it covers topics from energy efficient lighting, water and moisturemanagement, and real world net zero houses, to how to improve your communication and business savvy.
ENERGY STAR Webcast: Ask the Expert
There is no focus on this webcast. This is an open Q&A where you can ask questions directly to EPA experts. Every Wednesday in March.
MREA Course: PV Sales and Finance (PV 203.01)
Learn how to evaluate the financials of solar photovoltaic systems in thie four-week online course by the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA).Students will calculate the costs and benefits of PV system projects by using a financial spreadsheet model to evaluate utility bill savings, cash flow, payback period, financing options, and available program incentives. The course concludes with a discussion of various sales techniques used to approach potential PV system customers.
Wisconsin Biogas Council Launch EventMonday, February 27, 2017
Network with industry professionals, listen to talks on a variety of topics pertinent to biogas operation and value streams in Wisconsin, and go on a tour of a farm anaerobic digester at this event hosted by the Wisconsin Biogas Council.
Learn more and register.
University of Wisconsin Green Bay Kress Events Center
2358 Leon Bond Dr
Green Bay, WI
Manufacturing Matters! Shaping the FutureThursday, February 23, 2017
This conference hosted by the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership will cover trends, opportunities and solutions that will help Wisconsin manufacturers thrive in a dynamic and challenging business environment. Topics include sustainability expectations and the use of solar power in Wisconsin manufacturing.
MEEA Midwest Energy Solutions Conference
The Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (MEEA) holds this annual conference to raise awareness and reinforce the importance of energy efficiency in the Midwest. Accomplistments in energy efficiency will be celebrated and the efficiency program and policy landscape for the coming year will be discussed.
Learn more and register here.
720 S Michigan Ave
ENERGY STAR Webcast Series: Portfolio Manager 101, 201, 301
US EPA's ENERGY STAR program will be hosting a series of Portfolio Manager webcasts. The series consists of three separate webinars each held on a separate date and more advanced than the previous one.
MREA Course: PV and Solar Thermal Structural Considerations (PV-ST 411.01)
Learn about structural considerations involved in solar electric and solar thermal systems in this four-week online course from the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA). Topics will include general permitting processes and building codes, installation strategies, and techniques for determining loads on and strengths of structures. PV-ST 411 focuses on residential-scale wood structures with pitched roofs, but some fundamental principles may be useful in other applications.