Community and Small Wind Energy Conference Nov 30

Community Wind across America
Community and Small Wind Energy Conferences 2010

It’s time to register for the Community Wind across America Mid Atlantic regional conference,presented by Windustry, a national leader in helping communities develop their own wind project, co-sponsored by Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) and the Department of Energy.

Mid Atlantic Region: November 30 – December 1, State College, Pennsylvania.Register Here.

Scholarships Available:

ARC is sponsoring 17 Scholarships for this networking and educational event focused on Community Wind and Small Wind development. Find out about scholarships here.

Community Wind across America Conferences showcase ordinary people who are doing extraordinary work for residential and commercial development on a local level. Meet and learnfrom energized experts and colleagues who can speak on practical “how to” information, permitting, local, state and national policies, new business models, and options for financing Community Wind and Small Wind. Other 2010 regions are: Rocky Mountain October 26–27, Denver, Colorado and MidwestNovember 15-16, St. Paul, Minnesota,

Who should attend Windustry's Community and Small Wind Energy Conferences 2010?

Anyone interested in wind energy: rural landowners, farmers, ranchers, municipal utilities, elected officials, town planners, tribal representatives, economic development professionals, business leaders, investors, bankers, and community leaders. Each conference will cover the full range of what's needed to advance opportunities for locally-owned wind energy production.

For more information:

Catherine O'Neill at 612-870-3477 or

Presented by Windustry, a nonprofit working to increase wind energy opportunities for local landowners and communities, with support from the United States Department of Energy.

Kristin Tracz

About Kristin Tracz

Kristin Tracz served MACED’s Research and Policy team from 2009-2012 working on clean energy policy, energy efficiency programs and the Appalachian Transition Initiative. She joined MACED after finishing her Master of Environmental Management degree at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. She now lives and works in Washington, DC.