A Fair That Won’t Take Up All Your Energy
Thanks to this particular program the future is literally looking brighter. This calls for some serious shades! On Saturday (August 13th), The Montana Clean Energy Fair will be up and running to educate the community about renewable energy. The event which runs 9:30 am to 3:30 pm is absolutely free to the public, and will be held at the National Center for Appropriate Technology in Butte.
According to organizers, this savvy science fair, so to speak, will feature workshops on renewable energy policies, solar heating and electricity, energy storage, financing plansand, large scale solar and wind and much more. Each workshop is said to be different and is tailored to help all individuals understand the many concepts regarding renewable energy. For young and old alike, The Montana Clean Energy Fair has something intriguing for everyone.
It will, in fact, be the 11th year for this educational event. One group of interest that will be at the annual Montana Clean Energy Fair, is the Moms' Clean Air Force. Definitely love the pun. They are a community of moms and dads working to solve problems related to air pollution. This group of over one million clean energy advocates, realize there is an urgent crisis affecting climate control. Their main incentive is to help create healthy alternatives for clean energy in the hopes of creating a better tomorrow for our children and our children's children.
Don't miss science in the making at the Montana Clean Energy Fair, underway Saturday, August 13th, 9:30 to 3:30 pm at the National Center for Appropriate Technology in Butte, 3040 Continental Drive.