The Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association (GLREA) announces the Rock Financial Showplace in Novi, Michigan as the location for the 5th annual Michigan Energy Fair, taking place June 25th – 27th, 2010.
“I am very excited to hold our largest event of the year at Rock Financial Showplace and work with Novi and Oakland County. The move will allow us to reach a larger audience and offer new opportunities to our sponsors, exhibitors, presenters and attendees,” stated Jennifer Alvarado, Executive Director of GLREA.
“I welcome GLREA and the Michigan Energy Fair to the city of Novi. Novi truly believes a community not only succeeds, but excels by diversifying its tax base by looking at new opportunities such as alternative energy and power generation” said Novi Mayor David Landry.
“Oakland county has been a leader in alternative energy research and development and looks forward to showcasing the county’s achievements at the GLREA Michigan Energy Fair,” stated L. Brooks Patterson, Oakland County Executive.
In previous years the Michigan Energy Fair has taken place at the Manistee County Fairgrounds in Onekama, MI. The Michigan Energy Fair has traditionally hosted 6,000 attendees over the course of a weekend, 150 exhibitors, over 75 seminars and involved Governor Jennifer Granholm, and Lt. Governor John Cherry, as keynote speakers.
Workshops are also presented on a variety of topics including energy efficiency improvements, controlling energy costs, green building guidelines, wind siting, climate change, and tax credits for home and business energy systems.
Join us for the 5th annual Michigan Energy Fair taking place at Rock Financial Showplace June 25th – 27th, 2010. Learn about renewable energy in the state of Michigan, meet other people interested in energy.
The GLREA is the leading Renewable Energy organization for the Great Lakes region in advocating and promoting policies, technologies and practices that are environmentally and economically sustainable while partnering with key stakeholders to connect businesses, governments and communities to increase use of renewable energy technologies.
Source: Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association