http://electwilliams.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/39/2018/04/web-logo-300x138.png 0 0 Mike Williams http://electwilliams.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/39/2018/04/web-logo-300x138.png Mike Williams2013-09-10 23:56:442013-09-10 23:56:44Fargo's green showcase Wednesday
You’re invited to our Fargo Renewable Energy and Conservation showcase in the Fargo Commission chambers at Fargo City Hall.
Please join us to learn about and celebrate some of Fargo’s more innovative conservation projects that save and pay while protecting our environment. The event begins at 1:15 Wednesday Sept 11th.
Program: 10 minute presentations from six conservation leaders in our community. The event will be broadcast live on Fargo Cable Access 12.
- 1:15 Welcome: Fargo Commissioner Mike Williams will give 5 minutes of highlights on Fargo’s Renewable Energy Committee and introduce the presenters
- Carmen Miller of the PEW Research Foundation will give an update on our country’s status for renewable energy development and use in the world
- Dr. John Bagu NDSU professor in Electrical Engineering. He’ll share what he’s learned having installed solar panels on his house in Fargo for his primary energy this past year
- Michael Burns Architect and entrepreneur will show some of the innovative, architectual interesting, and energy efficient, renovated buildings he’s been a part of such as Renaissance Hall first LEEDs certified building in Fargo.
- Gregg Schildberg and Kevin Trana of FM Matbus will explain how they’ve helped generate interest and engage people to use our growing transit system. The ridership has increased from 800,000 annual riders in 2004 to now over 2.1 million
- Malini Srivistav NDSU Adjunct Architecture professor speaks about how she and her students designed and built an award winning Passive House using many recycled and repurposed materials
- Brian Reinarts Landscape Architect and project designer at Land Elements will give us background on the green roof projects they designed in Fargo at the Hotel Donaldson and 102 on Broadway (Former Straus building)