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Barriers to Addressing Our Climate and Energy Challenges

Thursday, May 9, 2013
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art
The event, hosted by the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences Arts & Letters, will have expert panelists Sharon Dunwoody, Dietram Scheufele and Kathy Kuntz discuss the latest research on social and informational hurdles for tackling climate and energy challenges.

Kwik Trip Natural Gas Seminar

Thursday, May 2, 2013
The Heights Event Center, Verona
The Kwik Trip Alternative Fuels Department, Wisconsin Kenworth and Truck County Freightliner will host this free educational seminar about Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as a vehicle fuel. It will detail CNG retail experience and infrastructure, clean cities, and a CNG vehicle display. This networking opportunity will have two breakout sessions - “Light Duty” and “Heavy Duty”. The target audience is area businesses with a vehicle fleet and other interested parties.
 

Webcast: Attracting Funding for Climate Adaptation

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

The free webcast by US Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) State and Local Climate and Energy Progrm  is part three in the “Climate Change Adaption Series for State and Local Governments.” Presentations will give examples of how various communities have attracted funding and also provide resources to help participants find their own funding. The experts who present on this webcast will discuss how to maximize funding by mainstreaming adaptation planning and how to simultaneously address adaptation and mitigation.

Innovators Showcase: Wisconsin’s Climate and Energy Leaders Conference

Monday, April 29, 2013
Discovery World, Milwaukee
This conference, hosted by the Wisconsin Academy of Science Arts & Letters, will feature Jeff Thompson and highlight the progress made by Gundersen Lutheran Health Systems towards becoming energy independent in 2014. Panel discussions that follow will focus on innovations in systems (manufacturing, waste-water treatment, sustainable cities), farms, and sustainable designs for living.

Webinar: Multifamily Housing Offers Opportunity to Utilities Seeking to Meet Energy Efficiency Goals

Thursday, April 25, 2013

CNT Energy and the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) will host this free webinar that examines the factors that contribute to effective energy efficiency programs design for multifamily buildings. Nine strategies will be recommended to help utilities become more energy efficient. Policy experts from CNT Energy, ACEEE and National Housing trust will provide an overview of the report and answer questions from webinar participants.

CNG Breakfast Seminar

Thursday, April 25, 2013
Monona Community Center, 1011 Nichols Road, Monona, WI
Hosted by Madison Gas & Electric Energy, learn about the recently opened Monona Speedway CNG fueling station, new developments in CNG vehicles and how Dane County uses CNG vehicles in their fleet. The seminar will help you make decision about purchasing CNG vehicles. Vehicles will be on display.

Register at mge@mge.com with your contact information or call MGE at 608 252-7007

Green Innovations Conference

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 to Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Urban Agriculture and Community Sustainability  UW-Green Bay Environmental Management and Business Institute's fifth annual Green Innovations symposium where innovation, business and sustainability meet. Keynote speaker will be David Orr of Oberlin College. One breakout session will examine bioenergy crops and sustainability.

On-Farm Energy Production from Anaerobic Digestion Webinar

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

This free webinar, hosted by UW-Extension, The State Energy Office and UW-Madison, will cover the basic principles, operation, and economics of anaerobic digestion systems in an agricultural setting.  Information will  include current limitations and constraints of the technology and areas where there is potential to make significant advances in digestion systems within the United States.  Viewers will be able to see pictures from a number of operating systems to better understand the components and scale of these systems.

Kwik Trip Natural Gas Seminar

Thursday, April 11, 2013
Milford Hills Hunt Club in Johnson Creek
The Kwik Trip Alternative Fuels Department, Wisconsin Kenworth and the Kriete Group will host this free educational seminar about Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as a vehicle fuel. It will detail CNG retail experience and infrastructure, clean cities, and a CNG vehicle display. This networking opportunity will have two break out sessions - “Light Duty”  and “Heavy Duty”. The target audience is area businesses with a vehicle fleet and other interested parties.

Understanding the Living Building Challenge

Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corporation (WECC): Madison, WI

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