NTREG Calendar Archive - January to December - 2013
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Updated: Tuesday, November 12, 2013
 
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Date Event
January January 12 NTREG Monthly Meeting.
Topic:"Solar Photovoltaics in the 21st Century."
Presenter: Jim Duncan, Principal, North Texas Renewable Energy, Inc. Public welcome.
 
See our Events Page for maps and driving directions to our meeting location.
 

  Jan 17 Environment Texas Petition Drive
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Campaign Action Meeting to Re-power Texas with Clean Energy.
 
A plan of action to expand Texas' renewable energy portfolio standard ("RPS") with more solar energy, establish better building standards, and decrease peak energy demand.
 
Union Coffee Shop, 5622 Dyer Street, Dallas, Texas.

  Jan 31 - Feb 1 MIAGreen 2013
The MiaGreen Expo & Conference is the only event in the United States providing access to the ever-growing, non-stoppable green, renewable, and sustainable markets for ALL the Americas.

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  February February 5-7 PV America East, 2013 February 5-7 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Tuesday, February 5, through Thursday, February 7, 2013, Philadelphia Convention Center. Presented by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA), PV America East offers a forum for installers, designers and suppliers to connect and develop relationships with companies that provide solar photovoltaic (PV) products and services.
 
For the first time at PV America the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) and Solar Energy International (SEI) are providing free PV technical training and resources for installers, salespeople and other solar energy professionals. Taking place in booth 1301 on the exhibit floor, the training sessions led by subject experts, address subjects including grid-tied systems (residential, commercial and utility), grid-tied with battery back-up systems and stand-alone systems.
Extensive PV-focused conference program features 27 concurrent sessions in six tracks: Finance, Policy, Markets, Innovations, Working with Utilities, and Cross-cutting.
 

  February 5-7 International Roofing Expo Exhibits & Conference
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas.
The International Roofing Expo (IRE) brings all segments of the roofing construction and maintenance industry together for three days of face-to-face interaction, product review, education, and networking.
 
Kris Sutton, Solar Energy International PV Instructor and Technical Expert, will conduct two training sessions on PV Systems for the roofing market.

  February 5-6
Solar Power Colorado
Westminster, Colorado.
Solar Power Colorado is the largest business-to-business solar conference and expo in the state. The theme of this year’s conference is ‘The Path to a Million Solar Roofs’, based on the bold new campaign being rolled out in January 2013. If you are looking to network with industry executives, identify new market opportunities, promote your products, grow your business, or advance your career then you need to participate in this event.

  February 9 NTREG Monthly Meeting.
Topic: Geothermal Energy Development in Texas.
Presenter: Maria Richards, Southern Methodist University Geothermal Lab. Public welcome.
 
See our Events Page for maps and driving directions to our meeting location.

  February 14 News Conference. Public welcome!
Sponsored by Environment Texas, Environment Texas Research and Policy Center.
Time 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm
Location: Avoca coffee: 1311 West Magnolia Avenue, corner of 6th Street and Magnolia in Fort Worth.
Conference Topic: A report ranking Texas cities for solar energy. North Texas Renewable Energy Group members will provide 100% solar electricity for this News Conference.
 
Media personnel and others are welcome to utilize all the solar electricity needed for recorders, chargers, cameras, and other broadcast or related equipment.

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  March March 4 - 6 Texas Energy Independence Week
The week of March 4, 2013 is "Energy Independence Week" at the State Capitol. TREIA [the Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association] has begun organizing activities at the capitol and is open to all that are interested in the future of renewable energy in Texas and the direction this Legislature is headed with our energy policies. Several Texas Energy Independence Forums will be held at locations around Austin and at the Capitol followed by Legislative visitations, debriefing and a reception afterward. If you've never been to the Capitol to visit with your elected representative, this is your opportunity to experience the anticipation and the satisfaction of helping to make a difference in how statewide policies are created and the effect that you can have on the process.
 
Join dozens of other renewable energy advocates and thousands of dedicated Texans every session that desire to make a different in the lives of millions. Don’t be left out of the process, join us the week of March 4 to make your voice heard.
 
A one-page downloadable agenda is here. (Subject to change.)
 
Check the TREIA website for the latest schedule.

  March 9 NTREG Monthly Meeting.
Topic: "Austin's New Strategic Plan for Local Solar.".
Presenter: Steven M. Wiese, Principal, Clean Energy Associates, LLC
 
See our Events Page for maps and driving directions to our meeting location.

  March 12-14 Conference: Geothermal Energy and Waste Heat to Power -- Utilizing Oil and Gas Plays
This focused two-day international conference and preconference class bring together leaders from business, engineering, finance, law, and research to explore specific topics relevant to capturing energy that is often overlooked or discarded during oil and gas production. The same technology for utilizing the waste heat to power (WHP) of oil and gas surface equipment is capable of converting geothermal energy from well fluids into electrical power.
 
SMU Campus, Dallas, Texas.
 
For more information, contact: Maria Richards, mrichard@smu.edu , or call 214-768-1975.

  March 12-14 Microgrid World Forum 2013
Demand for microgrids as a strategy for ensuring grid reliability and energy independence is growing -- not only for military applications, but also for environments in the commercial, government, health care, education, industrial, and remote sectors.
 
Hyatt Regency Irvine, 17900 Jamboree Boulevard, Irvine, California.

  March 28 Dallas County Community College District 2013 Sustainability Summit
8:00 am to 3:00 pm, Mountain View College, 4849 West Illinois Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75211.
 
Keynote Speaker: Joel Salatin. Joel is a third generation alternative farmer, whose farm services more than 3,000 families, 10 retail outlets and 50 restaurants through on-farm sales and metropolitan buying clubs. The family's farm, Polyface, Inc. ("The Farm of Many Faces") has been featured in Smithsonian Magazine, National Geographic, Gourmet and in radio, television and print media.
 
This one-day event is being offered at no charge to attendees, who can choose from among five tracks of sessions: 1) Healthy Living; 2) Urban Agriculture; 3) Resource and Energy Efficiency; 4) Smart Cities; 5) Green Careers and Jobs
 
In addition, exhibitors will be on hand to share their green products and services. For more information about exhibiting, e-mail Maria Boccalandro ( mboccalandro@dcccd.edu )or call her at 214-860-8564.

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  April April 6 City of Fort Worth "Earth Party".
Time:11:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Location: Gateway Lot of Sundance Square (bordered by 4th Street, Houston Street, 5th Street and Throckmorton Street), downtown Fort Worth. Free parking. Free admission to this family-friendly event.
Headline Musical Group: "Vocal Trash". (Don't let their name fool you. They're a remarkably good, very animated, and highly entertaining band!)
 
North Texas Renewable Energy Group members will provide 100% solar electricity for the Fort Worth Earth Party!

  April 6 City of Coppell Texas Earthfest
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Location: Coppell Town Center Plaza, 255 Parkway Blvd, Coppell, Texas
 
Earthen Ware vendors (carved wood art, organic foods, handmade jewelry, etc.), environmental education booths, kids' crafts/entertainment, plant sale, hybrid car show, and much more! Live music in the amphitheater. Featured entertainment: Musical group "Def!nitely, Maybe".

  April 6 Promise of Peace Community Garden 4th Annual Eco Fest
Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Location: 7446 East Grand Avenue, Dallas, Texas
 
If you like gardening, and/or would like to see what students from this area of Dallas have done to create a very productive community garden, this event is for you. If you prefer smaller, low-key events, the Promise of Peace Garden Eco Fest is worth attending.
 
North Texas Renweable Energy Group members will provide 100% solar electricity used by the entertainers at this event!

  April 8 - 10 Wind Energy O&M Summit USA 2013
Westin Galleria Hotel, Dallas, Texas.
 
The Wind Energy O&M Summit USA 2013 is the definitive commerical networking forum designed for the owner/operators of wind farms in the USA. With an in-depth focus on post-warranty maintenance strategy options, this conference is an essential meeting point for the wind O&M community to discuss the technology, solutions and partnerships will ensure wind farm profitability in 2013. 350 attendees, 40 speakers, 25 exhibitors, 16 hours of networking, 1 industry-leading conference.
 
Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association Members can get $350 off Attending AND $350 off Exhibiting. Log into your TREIA account for the discount code.

  April 13 NTREG Monthly Meeting. Public welcome.
 
PLEASE NOTE!! Our APRIL meeting will NOT be held at REI due to a large sale they're having that day. See our Events Page for information about our APRIL meeting location. This is a change for APRIL only!
 
Time: 10 am - 12 Noon
Topic: "Solar Cars for All Ages"
Presenter: Dr. Gary Vliet Ph.D., Professor Emeritus from the University of Texas at Austin
Location: North Lake College Library Meeting Room

  April 13 San Antonio 2013 Solar Tour
Visit over 15 homes and business that have installed solar equipment. This is a FREE, self guided tour in the San Antonio area.

  April 16-20 SOLAR 2013 - American Solar Energy Society's National Solar Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.
 
SOLAR 2013 will examine how mainstream renewable energy technologies are saving money today for small and large businesses, homeowners and utility companies. We’ll look at policy initiatives that can streamline permitting and financing for large and small projects, and explore the road forward as renewable installations double annually. SOLAR 2013 is the best opportunity all year for businesses and researchers to exchange ideas and explore new concepts.
 
Young Professionals in Renewable Energy (YPiRE) is a conference within Solar 2013, intended to track with each of the ASES or ISES Divisions and aligning young professionals with sessions and tracks that fit the scope of work described in the abstract. You can participate from the perspective of any of the divisions, for example: Clean Energy & Water, Concentrating Solar Power, Solar Electric, Solar Thermal, Solar Buildings, Sustainability, Sustainable Transportation, Resource Applications, and Wind.

  April 18-20 City of Irving Eco-Movie Fest
A three-day event featuring 40 documentaries and children's films, including "Dirt! The Movie", "Vanishing of the Bees", "Revenge of the Electric Car", "A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet", and others.
 
Scheduled at six different locations throughout Irving. Visit the City of Irving website for a complete listing of films, times, and locations.

  April 19 Tarrant County Earth Day Celebration
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Location Tarrant County Health Department Building
1101 South Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas.
 
Celebrate Earth Day early! Their celebration features a variety of informational booths related to Earth Day, as well as live entertainment. Earth Day 2013 is being organized to celebrate our planet and educate Tarrant County employees, clients, and the surrounding community on environmental stewardship. It's designed in such a way to bring awareness of resources and opportunities needed to protect the natural gifts of our planet. This event is free and open to the public. Parking is also free.

  April 20 Energy Smart in Bedford
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm.
Old Bedford Library, 1805 L. Don Dodson Drive, Bedford, Texas
 
Energy Smart is a free public event for the Mid-Cities, focusing on residential consumers and local businesses that will provide a first-hand and in-depth opportunity to experience energy-saving options. This is a terrific opportunity to discover basic and practical cost-saving solutions for the home and the road. Presented by the City of Bedford through its Community Affairs Commission, the Expo will host vendors and exhibitors from energy-saving retailers and renewable energy providers, along with natural gas and other alternatives.

  April 20-21 Earth Day Dallas
10:00 am to 6:00 pm each day.
Fair Park, Dallas, Texas.
 
This 2-day admission-free festival at Fair Park features exhibits, yoga, short films, music (Ponderosa, Diego Garcia, Amos Lee), entertainment, food and fun for everyone. It’s an exciting time for North Texans to come together to discover how we can all make a positive impact on our community and grow a greener Dallas together.
 
EDD is an annual, outdoor festival seeking to elevate environmental awareness and influence the way North Texans think, live and work. The family-friendly and free-admission event allows leaders in the corporate, academic and non-profit worlds to unite and show North Texans how green lifestyle choices can lower their cost of living, improve their health, and help save the environment.
 
The event will utilize approximately 500,000 square feet of both indoor and outdoor event space. EDD's footprint will easily accommodate the 600 exhibitors and 65,000 guests anticipated to attend this year's event.
 
Though Earth Day Dallas is a free event, third-party vendors will have food and beverage items available for sale. Certain attractions on the Fair Park grounds, which are not directly related to the Earth Day Dallas, may charge admission or usage fees. Vehicle parking is not free. Event organizers we encourage attendees to take the DART's Green Line to EDD 2013. Bike parking will be available inside the Park. Parking locations can be viewed here.at www.earthdaydallas.org/schedule.

  April 21 Seventh Annual Oak Cliff Earth Day
12:00 noon to 5:00 pm
Vendors, artists, entertainers, earth lovers please mark your calendar for April 21, 2013... Sunday from 12:00 noon to 5:00 PM. Tell your friends, bring the family, bring your pets - there is something for everyone to enjoy.

  April 22-24 Greentech Media's Solar Summit 2013
Phoenix, Arizona
 
Bringing together leading solar companies, influential regulators and policymakers, forward-thinking utilities, and enthusiastic investors.
 
The agenda includes panels and presentations to provide strategic insight into growing your business. Opportunities will be available for high-level networking to help advance corporate business strategies and develop new partnerships.

  April 27 Fort Worth Prairie Fest
11:00 am to 8:00 pm
3400 View Street, Fort Worth, Texas.
 
Prairie-wildflower hikes. Discovery hikes for kids & families. Live entertainment. Kite-flying, frisbee throwing, spontaneous-dancing, dog-chasing and picnicking all encouraged. Food & drink provided by several vendors.
 
This family-friendly event is free and open to the public!
 
North Texas Renewable Energy Group members will provide 100% solar electricity for the Prairie Fest soundstage and other needs.
 
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  May May 5-8 Wind Power Expo 2013
The WINDPOWER Expo is the focal point for wind professionals to network with and learn from industry leaders and experts, and to discover the latest in industry products and services. It's where serious wind professionals convene to grow their companies, find solutions to their business challenges, and reconnect with colleagues and friends.
 
WINDPOWER is an important event for all industry participants and brings in international and domestic attendees spanning every aspect of the wind business.

  May 11 NTREG Monthly Meeting - FIELD TRIP! Public welcome.
See our Events Page for maps and driving directions to our meeting location.
 
Time: 10 am - 12 Noon
Topic: Field Trip to Visit BE Wind (Wind Turbine Manufacturer)
Presenters: Executives and Employees of BE Wind, LLC

  May 11 City of Irving, Texas Bicycle Fest
Time: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Lively Pointe Youth Center and Skate Park, 909 North O'Connor Road, Irving, Texas.
 
This is an environmentally-focused event with recycling opportunities for vendors and attendees. North Texas Renewable Energy Group members will provide 100% solar electricity for various aspects of this event.

  May 11 Fort Worth Nature Center Buffalo Boogie
Time: 7:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: 9601 Fossil Ridge Road, Fort Worth, Texas
 
Race pre-registration begins March 1. On-site race registration and sign-in starts at 7:00 am May 11. The race starts at at 8:30 am. Entertainment and other activities begin at 9:00 am.
 
The Buffalo Boogie is the major fundraising event for the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge. It's a 1 mile/5K walk and fun-run for individuals, families, groups, schools, and pets - plus a 5K competitive run. The route is shady, quiet, and baby-stroller friendly. The competitive run is held on a 5K chip-timed, USA Track & Field certified course. The event in 2012 had over 1200 participants who enjoyed live country music, entertaining and educational games, face-painting, clowns, balloon artists, exhibits, and lots of good food.
 
See the Fort Worth Nature Center website for details on this event.
 
North Texas Renewable Energy Group members will provide 100% solar electricity for the entertainment at this event.

  May 20 Solar Powering Your Community Workshop
Time: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Location: North Central Texas Council of Governments, 616 Six Flags Drive, Arlington, Texas.
 
This free interactive workshop, presented by the SunShot Solar Outreach Partnership, will provide actionable information on creating a local-level solar program in the Dallas area.

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  June June 2 2013 Austin Cool House Tour.More than half of the homes on this tour typically boast solar electricity, solar hot water, or both. Look for more information on this nationally recognized event.

  June 8 NTREG Monthly Meeting. Public welcome.
See our Events Page for maps and driving directions to our meeting location. Note: DIFFERENT LOCATION IN JUNE ONLY!!
 
Time: 10 am - 12 Noon
Topic: "Cutting Your Energy Costs in Half – Top 10 Steps."
Presenter: Bill Neukrantz, EE, MBA.

  June 18-19 9th Annual Small Wind Conference
Conference Location: Holiday Inn and Conference Center
1001 Amber Avenue, Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54482
 
A Gathering of Installers, Manufacturers, Dealers, & Distributors in the wind turbine industry.
 
The 2013 Small Wind Conference will offer presentations and workshops, access to a "Who's Who" of small wind manufacturers and vendors, and manufacturer training sessions. Continuing education credits available.

  June 21-23 24th Annual Midwest Renewable Energy Fair
Midwest Renewable Energy Fairgrounds
7558 Deer Road, Custer, Wisconsin.
 
Join over 20,000 people from nearly every state in the U.S. and several countries around the world to learn, connect with others and ready them for action at home. The Energy Fair is the nation's longest running energy education event of its kind.
 
More than 275 exhibitors. Over 200 workshops including introductory level to advanced hands-on education: solar, wind, green building, local sustainable food, and more. Alternative Transportation Show featuring demonstration vehicles and exhibitors. Green Home Pavilion emphasizing building and remodeling in a sustainable way. Two auctions will feature items ranging from plants and shrubs to PV systems and farm equipment. Inspirational keynotes, lively entertainment, and great food!

  June 24-29 American Solar Challenge Formula Sun Grand Prix (FSGP) 2013
The American Solar Challenge (ASC) is a multi-day, 1200-1800 mile cross-country road race across North America. The event is typically held every other year during the summer and is open to solar car teams from countries all over the world.
 
The American Solar Challenge is a competition to design, build, and drive solar-powered cars in a cross-country time/distance rally event. Teams compete over a 1200-1800 mile course between multiple cities across the country. The event has had over two decades of organized events in North America.
 
The Formula Sun Grand Prix is a track event that is held on grand prix or road style closed courses. This unique style of raycing truly test the limits of solar cars in handling curves, braking, and acceleration. Strategy applied during these three day events is different than what is applied on the cross-country event.
 
Formula Sun Grand Prix (FSGP) 2013 will be held at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas from Monday, June 24 to Saturday, June 29.

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  July Jul 13 NTREG Monthly Meeting. Public welcome.
See our Events Page for maps and driving directions to our meeting location.
 
Time: 10 am - 12 Noon
Topic: "Cycle and Recycle - What's Going on With Recycling??"
Presenter: Jeremy Starritt, Environmental Services Manager, City of Frisco, Texas

  July 8-11 Intersolar North America 2013
Conference July 8-11. Exhibition July 9-11.
Moscone Center, San Francisco, California
 
Intersolar North America focuses on photovoltaics and solar thermal technologies. Exhibitors include PV cell, module and inverter manufacturers, components and mounting systems suppliers, manufacturing system suppliers, service companies as well as manufacturers of solar thermal applications including heating and cooling, among others.

  July 20-30 2013 Solar Car Challenge
Sunday, July 20, 2013 to Tuesday, July 30, 2013 -- 2013 Solar Car Challenge -- High school students will race solar-powered cars from Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas to Los Angeles, California.
 
NTREG members will participate in various aspects of the race and related activities.
 
See the Race Calendar Page for a schedule of events.
 
About the Solar Car Challenge
The Solar Car Challenge originated in 1993 as the "Winston Solar Challeng", and has been recognized by "Technology & Learning" as one of the top ten education programs in America. The program teaches high school students how to build roadworthy solar cars, and then provides a safe environment to race.
 
The program's popularity has since grown rapidly and become its own non-profit entity. More than 65 schools in 20 states now take part in the Solar Car Challenge. Top teachers from across the country have put their minds together to make the Solar Car Challenge one of the most engaging and motivating high school science programs in existence today.
 
The Solar Car Challenge is designed to motivate students in science, engineering, and alternative energy. Students learn how to design, engineer, build, and race roadworthy solar cars. Workshops, curriculum materials, and on-site visits help support the teams. The end product of each education cycle is the Solar Car Challenge: a closed-track event at the world famous Texas Motor Speedway, or a cross country event (in alternate years) designed to give students an opportunity to show the country the product of their efforts.
 
The Solar Car Challenge is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) non-profit education foundation.

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  August August 10 NTREG Monthly Meeting. Public welcome.
See our Events Page for maps and driving directions to our meeting location.
 
Time: 10 am - 12 Noon
Topic: "Solar Energy Around the World in Pictures"
Presenter: Dan Lepinski, Advisor, North Texas Renewable Energy Group.

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  September September 3 Energy Innovation Conference - 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Tyler, Texas
Tyler Rose Garden (Bluebonnet Room), 420 Rose Park Drive, Tyler, Texas.
 
This conference is especially geared toward energy cooperatives, local business leaders and Chamber of Commerce members, but anyone who is interested may attend.
 
Keynote speaker: Pat Wood, former Chairman of the Public Utility Commission of Texas and of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Ray Beavers of United Cooperative Service and other noted energy experts will also speak. Join in the discussion of potential for energy efficiency and renewable energy, opportunities for partnerships and local economic development!The conference is sponsored by the Sustainable Energy & Economic Development (SEED) Coalition and TREIA - Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association.
 
Public welcome. Register at Clean Energy Co-ops.

September 14 NTREG Monthly Meeting. Public welcome.
See our Events Page for maps and driving directions to our meeting location.
 
Time: 10 am - 12 Noon
Topic: "Solarize Plano"
Presenters: Larry Howe and Bob Litwins of "Plano Solar Advocates".

  September 21 City of Arlington Ecofest, 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
A free, family-oriented event, helps build a sense of community, stimulates environmental awareness, and promotes stewardship across North Texas. Open to the public, regardless of location of residence.

  September 28-29 Renewable Energy Roundup
Market Square, 101 West Main Street, Fredericksburg, Texas.
Gates are open Saturday, 9 am to 6 pm, and Sunday 9 am to 5 pm.
 
Over the past 12 years, this community and family-oriented Green Living Fair has grown to be the largest "green show" in the South. It occurs at the end of September, every year, in historic Fredericksburg, Texas. You can see the latest in eco-friendly technologies. Learn how to save and create your own energy. Attend informative talks by the experts. Visit with our vendors to see contemporary green living and sustainability practices. Come test drive the next generation in personal transportation. It's fun, environmentally friendly, and a great place to learn how you can make a difference!
 
Some of what you'll get to enjoy at the Roundup:
* Exhibits and on-going demonstrations
* Dozens of Speakers
* Eco-Friendly Products
* Green Building
* Fun learning activities for kids
* Musical performances
 
 
Tickets are available at the gate, or you may purchase in advance.

Note: Pets are not allowed on the Roundup (Market Square) grounds unless they are aides to the impaired.

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  October October 3 - 13 Solar Decathlon
Orange County Great Park, Irvine, California
 
The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon challenges collegiate teams to design, build, and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient, and attractive. The winner of the competition is the team that best blends affordability, consumer appeal, and design excellence with optimal energy production and maximum efficiency.

  October 5 American Solar Energy Society National Solar Home Tour
See our Events Page or the DFW Solar Home Tour website for details. This information subject to update.

  October 12 NTREG Monthly Meeting. Public welcome.
See our Events Page for maps and driving directions to our meeting location.
 
Time: 10 am - 12 Noon
Topic: Topic: "What Cities are Doing to Support Environmental Sustainability"
Presenter: Fran Witte, Sr. Community Outreach Coordinator, City of Irving, Texas

  October 19 2nd Annual Greenville Sustainability Fair
Greenville, Texas (northeast of Dallas)
8:00 am to 4:00 pm

  October 21-24 Solar Power International Convention, Chicago.
Solar Power International 2013, McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois. Plan to join thousands of professionals in solar energy and related fields for the industry's largest, most comprehensive solar energy event in North America.

  October 25
7:00 - 9:00 pm
Dallas County Community College District "Clean Economy Series" Presentation: "Water Harvesting - Introduction to the New Water Economy."
Brookhaven College, Building W, Room W102, 3939 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch, Texas.
Presenter: Nate Downey - Author, entrepreneur and permaculture expert.

  October 26
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Dallas County Community College District "Clean Economy Series"
Workshop: "Passive Water Harvesting."
Brookhaven College, Building W, Room W102, 3939 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch, Texas.
Presenter:
Nate Downey - Author, entrepreneur and permaculture expert.

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  November November 9 NTREG Monthly Meeting. Public welcome.
See our Events Page for maps and driving directions to our meeting location.
 
Time: 10 am - 12 Noon
Topic: "Building 'Net-Zero-Ready' Homes & Retrofits"
Presenter: Don Ferrier, President of Ferrier Custom Homes, Fort Worth, Texas.

  Nov 10 - Dec 14 North Texas Renewable Energy Group Executive Committee volunteers and nominations accepted.
Volunteers and nominees for the NTREG Executive Committee positions accepted until 5:00 pm, December 14, 2013. Paid membership NOT required at this time for volunteers or nominees! See our "Events Page"for details and a link to our "Elections" page.

  November 11-13 Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association "Texas Renewables Conference"
Omni Colonnade Hotel, 9821 Colonnade Blvd, San Antonio, Texas.

  November 11-13 Defense Energy Summit
AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University Avenue, Austin, Texas 78705

  November 12 Tour of Lady Bird Johnson Middle School
Lady Bird Johnson Middle School in Irving is the largest "net-zero" middle school in the United States.

  November 12-14 Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida.

  November 16 Fort Worth Recycles, La Grave Field, Fort Worth, Texas.
This free event, held in conjunction with America Recycles Day, allows residents to drop off documents for shredding, along with tires, batteries, light bulbs and electronics for recycling. Fort Worth residents only. Proof of residency required.

  November 19-21 Total Energy USA Conference & Exposition, George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas.

  November 23 "Living Off-Grid With Solar Energy .. What to Do .. and How to Do It...", Greenville, Texas.
A one-day class on "Living 'Off-Grid' With Solar Energy .. What to Do .. and How to Do It..." offers fundamentals you'll need to know to live off-grid, presented in a full-day session. A few seats are available for outside students, over and above those already reserved for the Permaculture students.

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  December December 4 TREIA Luncheon "The Next Big Energy Play in Texas – Huge Solar"
Time: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Location: Sheraton Arlington Hotel, 1500 Convention Center Drive, Arlington, Texas
Guest Speaker: Paula Mints, Founder/Chief Market Research Analyst, Paula Mints Solar PV Market Research, San Jose, California

  December 11 North Central Texas Council of Governments Solar Power Initiative Meeting
Public welcome.
See our Events Page for details.

  December 14 NTREG Monthly Meeting. Public welcome.
See our Events Page for maps and driving directions to our meeting location.
 
Time: 10 am - 12 Noon
Topic: To Be Announced
Presenter: To Be Announced

  Dec 14 North Texas Renewable Energy Group Executive Committee volunteers and nominations closed at 5:00 pm. (Concluded.)
Volunteers and nominees for the NTREG Executive Committee positions accepted until 5:00 pm, December 14, 2013. All volunteers and nominees welcome. See our "Events Page"for details and a link to our "Elections" page.

  Dec 17 - Jan 11, 2014 North Texas Renewable Energy Group Executive Committee voting until 11:00 am, Saturday, January 11, 2014. (Concluded.)
Voting for the NTREG 2014 Executive Committee members will take place from December 17, 2013 to 11:00 am on Saturday, January 11, 2014. Election results will be announced at our January 11, 2014 meeting. See our "Events Page"for details and a link to our "Elections" page.

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Energy efficiency programs for residential consumers, business owners and government and educational facilities.
 

 
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Universal Solar
Delivering a sustainable energy future worldwide.
 


Megawatt Level
(Opportunities Available!)


 
IKEA Frisco, TX
IKEA Frisco, TX
The IKEA Frisco store is equipped with a 912-kW solar electric system. It generates about 1,336,300 kW-h of clean electricity annually, equivalent to reducing 1,016 tons of carbon dioxide, eliminating the emissions of 181 cars, or powering 115 homes yearly.
 


North Texas Facilities Expo 2016-09-21
North Texas Facilities Expo
North Texas Facilities Expo is a broad based facilities event with an emphasis on green buildings that features the latest products and services in the industry.
 

 
Solar View
Solarview
Promoting the financial and environmental benefits of solar electric power systems, and dedicated to providing customers with an extraordinary solar energy experience!
 

 
Pathways Church 2016-09-21
Pathways Church
A congregation that upholds the Principles and Purposes of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
 

 
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Texas Solar Energy Society
Texas Chapter of the American Solar Energy Society.
 

 
Kilowatt Level
(Opportunities Available!)


 
Midway Hills Christian Church
Midway Hills Christian Church
Our very cordial host for NTREG's meetings. Good facilities. Good access. Good people!
 

 
Watt Level
(Opportunities Available!)


 


NTREG Friends & Supporters

 
Greensource DFW
Greensource DFW
THE Dallas/Fort Worth Environmental News & Community Resource!
 

 
North Texas Electric Auto Association
North Texas Electric Auto Association
Informative meetings about electric vehicles. Public welcome.
 

 
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