Save the Date: CERTs 2013 Conference will be held February 20-21 in St. Cloud!
Before your calendar starts filling up for February 2013, we want to make sure you mark off (a Wednesday and Thursday) so that you can join us for the fifth biennial Clean Energy Resource Teams statewide conference!
What can you expect? We can’t tell you exactly what the agenda will look like, but we do know that the event will be an exploration and celebration of successful energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, and that it will be a coming together of hundreds of amazing people who are working to create a clean energy future in their communities and beyond. After the conference you will return home and to work with tangible and practical information for planning projects, as well as great connections to help you move forward and continue collaborating.
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Want to know more? If you’re not familiar with the conference—or if you’d like to take a walk down memory lane—you can see all of the presentations and audio from the CERTs 2011 Clean Energy Convergence and read a little more about it (and other past conferences) below.
More than 600 people gathered in St. Cloud for our fourth biennial conference!
The CERTs 2011 Clean Energy Convergence united Minnesotans who are blazing the paths to a clean energy future by working on energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in their communities. The event brought together over 600 engaged community members on February 2-3, 2011 in Saint Cloud, MN!
Converge: CERTs 2011 was a venue for both broad and in-depth learning opportunities, connecting and networking with engaged community members, and taking action on energy efficiency and clean energy projects. The event began with In-Depth Workshops and an Evening Reception on February 2nd, and continued with a Daylong Conference on the 3rd.
Learn: At CERTs 2011 attendees learned from experts and community members alike on what it takes to get projects done. They found out how individuals and communities are partnering, planning, funding, and implementing projects. They heard success stories and models that demonstrate how to become more energy efficient and harness clean energy while strengthening local economies and protecting the environment.
Connect: CERTs 2011 provided networking opportunities for attendees to connect with Minnesotans of all stripes—community leaders, energy experts, local government staff, teachers and students, utility representatives, business owners, homeowners, farmers—and more. All have the same goals: saving energy, saving money, creating jobs, and powering our future renewably.
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