Discuss the future of Michigan’s energy infrastructure this Wednesday April 6 from 7-9 p.m. at the Stevenson Center, Muskegon Community College.
Many new developments in alternative forms of energy are emerging–solar, hydrogen, biomass, nuclear, and more. As the economics of energy are changing, what will happen in West Michigan? What are the policy issues and sociological changes affecting our energy infrastructure?
Moderating the forum is John Kinch of Michigan Energy Options. Speakers include James Clift, Michigan Environmental Council, Arn Boezaart, MAREC, Bruce Adair, Lakeshore Advantage, Diane Mills, Ameresco, Scott Steiner, Rhoades McKee, Donald Williams, Hope College (retired), and Tom Stanton, National Regulatory Research Institute.
This Exploring Our Energy Future Forum is sponsored by Rhodes McKee PC Attourneys and Counselors, Ameresco, Cascade Renewable Energy, Windemuller, Muskegon Community College, Sierra Club West Michigan Chapter, MiBiz, Michigan Energy Options, and GRCC Works.