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This June, around 15,000 people interested in renewable energy and sustainable living will be showing up at The Energy Fair and turning to the Program Guide to make connections and get the information they need to make educated purchases. Even more readers will be referencing the Program Guide online to find installers, equipment, energy efficiency products, garden tools, etc. to make their home or business more sustainable.
Reach your target audience by advertising in one of the leading energy education event publications in the Midwest. Since 1990, The Energy Fair has educated consumers about the newest products and services available. Our readers need to know about your business!
If you want to do business with MREA Members and students, Energy Fair attendees, and top industry professionals and stakeholders, there is no better way to reach them than advertising in The Energy Fair Program Guide.
Year after year, Energy Fair exhibitors, sponsors, and presenters tell us about the numerous connections made during the event. From securing new and repeat business to creating a referral base, we can provide the exposure and networking opportunities that help strengthen your relationships within the industry. Join us today!
For more information, visit our advertising webpage or contact Gina Miresse at 715-592-6595 ext.113.
The MREA is pleased to announce our partnership with the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA – pronounced “Nessie”) and HeatSpring to bring you three new online courses as part of their Building Energy Masters Series
In this 10-week online course, you'll gain a comprehensive understanding of all of the key components of a zero net energy home—envelope, systems, and renewable energy sources—and how they fit together. Successful students will complete a full design for a zero net energy home, including an energy model, and earn NESEA's Zero Net Energy Homes Professional Certificate.
Engineers, energy consultants, architects, building portfolio managers, and property managers: how well is your building performing? Spend six weeks learning how to match your data requirements with your needs, and scrutinize your building with expert guidance every step of the way. Learn what data you need to gather, how to analyze it, and determine if you need energy monitoring hardware.
Spend seven weeks learning how to meet the rigorous (and non-negotiable) Passive House design criteria and make it happen in the real world. The course addresses Passive House Space Heating and Primary Energy requirements, products and strategies for designing a Passive House, building science, and solutions for very low energy home designs.