Back by popular demand is the Southeastern Colorado Renewable Energy Society’s booth at the Cool Science Carnival Day for Kids. Stop by to see our renewable energy display including solar ovens where we will again make our Solar S’Mores.
When: Saturday, October 13th, 10 am – 4 pm
Look for us west of the Kraemer Family Library (KFL)
The event and parking is free.
The Southeastern Colorado Renewable Society (SECRES) will have a booth at the huge What If Festival in downtown Colorado Springs. Stop by with your friends and family to see our renewable energy exhibit complete with solar cooked S’Mores.
When: Saturday, September 8th, 10 am – 4 pm
Where: We will be setup in the street at 200 S. Cascade Ave, Colorado Springs, CO
The Southeast chapter of the Colorado Renewable Energy Society (SECRES)
presents “Solar for Home and Business”
A FREE Solar Seminar – $5 donation encouraged
Get your 30% Federal Tax Credit before it Expires!
WHEN: Saturday, June 30th 10 am – 1 pm
WHERE: PPLD East Library, Community Meeting Room
5550 N Union Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80918– map it!
10:15—11:00 Energy Efficiency – most important things before going solar- Jim Riggins
11:00—12:15 Solar Basics and Beyond—Lotus
12:15—1 pm Q&A
On-Grid | Off-Grid | Power home, business and electric car!
Energy efficiency | Costs and savings | Tax credits and rebates
The SE chapter of the Colorado Renewable Energy Society has arranged a tour of the 294 megawatt NEXTera Energy wind farm in eastern El Paso County. The tour is limited to the first 40 people who register, with priority for SECRES members, so act now! A suggested donation of $10 would be appreciated. Contact Jacquie Ostrom at 719 238-1993 or email@example.com to register.
Once our carpool arrives at the wind farm, NEXTera will give us a talk as a group, then we’ll get into smaller groups to go into the base of a wind turbine where a technical engineer will give us a tour.
For more information on the NEXTera wind farm, see this fact sheet.
What role can renewable energy play in our future? What are the water implications of future energy systems? What are the energy requirements for water systems? Jordan Macknick from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will answer these and other questions during his presentation on the Energy/Water Nexus.
Jordan Macknick is a member of NREL’s Energy Forecasting and Modeling Group in Golden, Colorado. Jordan has a master’s degree from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. His research includes the study of how energy, water and land use are interrelated.
This event is sponsored by the SE chapter of the Colorado Renewable Energy Society (SECRES). It is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.