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The Midwest Renewable Energy Association Spring Workshop Schedule. June 12-19: PV Systems Design and Installation, Instructors: Jim Kerbel of Photovoltaic Systems and Chris LaForge of Great Northern Solar, Location: Amherst, WI, Cost: $300. Help install the photovoltaic and wind systems that will power this year's Midwest Renewable Energy Fair. (Students should have a basic knowledge of electricity). Fees for pre-Energy Fair Workshops cover instruction, handouts, and camping at the Portage County Fairgrounds. June 14-16: Wind Systems Design and Installation, Instructor: Mick Sagrillo of Lake Michigan Wind and Sun, Location: Amherst, WI, Cost: $100. Sept. 21-22: A Place to Call Home: A Soulful Look at Alternative Building Techniques. Sept. 27-29: Energize Your Home or Classroom, Instructors: MREA Staff and others, Location: Central Wisconsin Environmental Station, Amherst Junction, WI. Cost: Please call MREA office. Learn more about energy conservation and renewable energy through experiments and demonstrations. Energy education activities, classroom projects, and curriculum ideas for grades K-12 and youth groups will be explored. Tour alternative energy homes in the area. Co-sponsored by the Central WI Environmental Station, Midwest Renewable Energy Association and WI Center for Environmental Education. 1 UWSP credit available. MREA is a grass-roots, non-profit educational organization whose mission is to promote renewable energy and

Solar Panel Basics

Solar Panel Basics

Global warming is a huge problem which will significantly affect every country in the world. Many people all over the world are trying to do whatever they can to help combat the effects of global warming. One of the ways that people can fight global warming is to reduce their dependence on non-renewable energy sources like oil and petroleum based products.

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