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  • 05/02/15

    Solar Powering Your Community Workshop: Bangor, ME

    Learn how communities in the Bangor, ME region can increase their solar development at this free workshop hosted by the City of Bangor, City of Brewer, the Greater Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce and the University of Maine Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center. Join national experts and local experts Bill Behrens, Revision Energy, and Dr. Sharon Klein, University of Maine, to learn actionable information on creating a local-level solar program, with a focus on:

    • The benefits and barriers of solar development in Bangor
    • Planning for solar: getting your community solar ready
    • Understanding the regulatory landscape of solar
    • Innovative financing options for solar projects

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    Lunch is Provided for Registered Participants. 

    4 AICP CM Credits 

    Have solar question? Ask the Experts! Our solar experts are available to meet with you to discuss how solar fits in your community. Discuss how to identify goals for solar market development; incorporate solar into comprehensive plans; draft solar development regulations; streamline solar permitting processes; and procure solar for municipal facilities. Sign up now! 

    This workshop is hosted by:
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  • 05/05/15

    Solar Powering Your Community Workshop: Muskegon, MI

    Musekgon PicLearn how communities in the Muskegon, MI region can increase their solar development at this free workshop hosted by the Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center and the Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association. Join national experts and local experts Tom Stanton, National Regulatory Research Institute, and John Sarver, Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association, at this interactive workshop discussing actionable information on creating a local-level solar program, with a focus on:

    • The benefits and barriers of solar development;
    • Planning for solar: getting your community solar ready;
    • Understanding the regulatory landscape of solar; and
    • Innovative financing options for solar projects.

    Lunch is Provided for Registered Participants. 

    4 AICP CM Credits 

    Have solar question? Ask the Experts! Our solar experts are available to meet with you to discuss how solar fits in your community. Discuss how to identify goals for solar market development; incorporate solar into comprehensive plans; draft solar development regulations; streamline solar permitting processes; and procure solar for municipal facilities. Sign up now! 

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