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Monday, February 7, 2011

Renewable energy courses announced for 2011

Custer, WI - The Midwest Renewable Energy Association, an ISPQ Accredited renewable energy education provider, has just released their 2011 workshop schedule.

Solar electric, solar water heating and wind electric are now forms of energy that can be installed at a residence to supply a portion or all the energy needs of a home and still be connected to the utility grid in the traditional manner.

MREA courses walk consumers and installers though basics to the installation.

To get find more information on how you can participate in this energy form, check out the MREA’s web site for a course near you or call 715-592-6595.

1 comment:

  1. Solar power is still a relatively new resource in our search for alternative energy options. While the concept of solar power has made some great advances in the past thirty years or so, the next decade should see a number of technological improvements.