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Written by Wisconsin Conservation Voters Press   
Saturday, 07 March 2020 11:27

solar-energy-systemsToolkit is a guide to energy policy options in Wisconsin designed to help communities of varying sizes and with differing resources as they consider, craft, and implement clean energy policies.


GREEN BAY – As part of its statewide launch, Wisconsin Conservation Voters will be addressing members of the media and the public on Tuesday, March 10, at 11:30 a.m. in the Brown County Courthouse, to announce the release of the “Wisconsin Clean Energy Toolkit: Developing a Clean Energy Plan for Your Community.”

Wisconsin Conservation Voters will host the media event. It will feature Wisconsin Conservation Voters' Northeast Organizer Casey Hicks, School Board Member Laura McCoy, City Council Member Randy Scannell, and more.

As concern over climate change and its impacts deepens, local communities across Wisconsin are eager to develop and implement clean energy plans. Often, they struggle with how to begin from a technical perspective and how to engage their communities.

A collaboration between Wisconsin Conservation Voters, Sierra Club, and RENEW Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Clean Energy Toolkit is a comprehensive guide to energy policy options in Wisconsin. The toolkit is a resource designed to help guide communities of varying sizes and with differing resources as they consider, craft, and implement clean energy policies.

Towns, villages, cities, and counties in Wisconsin are building the renewable energy economy and leading the way in confronting climate change. The Wisconsin Clean Energy Toolkit recognizes the leadership in Wisconsin communities and the opportunities to expand these efforts across the state.

The toolkit’s release will take place on March 10. It will include events in cities across the state including Madison, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Racine, Waukesha, and Menomonie – among others.

WHAT: Statewide launch of the Wisconsin Clean Energy Toolkit

WHERE: Brown County Courthouse, 100 S. Jefferson St., Green Bay

WHEN: Tuesday, March 10 at 11:30 a.m.

VISUALS: The event will take place in the historic Brown County Courthouse, clean energy leaders and activists will be in attendance.

 
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