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Today’s emerging energy crisis means that many communities and individuals are increasing the amount of energy that is produced locally. This workshop will explore which plans and codes enable and encourage infrastructure for renewable energy such as wind and solar power. Experienced presenters discuss stumbling blocks including neighborhood opposition and aesthetic concerns. Find out what role neighborhood-scale utilities can play in improving community sustainability.
Professional planners can earn 1.5 AICP Certification Maintenance (CM) credits. Planning and zoning board members in
Here’s how an audio/web workshop works. Held in a classroom, participants listen to a discussion via the telephone and view a PowerPoint on a large screen TV. A few days beforehand, individuals are given access to a special conference website with supplemental reading materials. All attendees will have access to the website for three months after the program.
Pre-registration is required. The workshop fee is $15 per person. For more information, directions and to register, contact