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Books for Sustainability Nerds Volume II

A Review of Richard Rhodes’ Energy: A Human History How do we make energy for all? Well, Science Historian Richard Rhodes’ Energy: A Human History attempts to answer that question by looking at the past 500 years of European and North American history. More of a read for policy wonks than technocrats, Energy won’t bring […]

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Energy Experts: Renewable Energy Policy

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So you’ve seen a solar array and perhaps even a commercial scale wind turbine. Have you ever wondered what it takes to install a wind farm or if it would be cost effective for you to install some solar panels?

Evan Endres will help answer those questions for us!   Evan will cover topics ranging from connection regulations to residential incentives for homeowners, highlighting renewable energy policies specific to PA and the region.  If you want to gain an understanding of the “PA Renewable Energy Policy Roadmap”–where PA has been, where we are now, and where we are headed in regard to renewable energy policy, and perhaps most importantly, how we will get there–then this session is for you!  

Bring your lunch and join us!

Evan Endres is Project Coordinator at PennFuture.  

Can’t join us in person? Catch a live-stream of this lunch and learn. Details here:

Meeting Wall: https://www.startmeeting.com/wall/712-852-722
US Toll Number: (530) 881-1212
MeetingID: 712-852-722

Instructions: At the scheduled date and time of the meeting, dial into the conference line. When prompted, enter the meeting ID, followed by the pound key. To join the online meeting, click on the meeting link listed above, then press “Join”. On the next page, complete your name and email address, then press “Submit”. The system will guide you through the process of downloading the meeting dashboard to participate in the online meeting.

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