(INDIANAPOLIS) – Clean energy advocates from across the state will gather virtually on Friday, Feb. 5, to celebrate 2021 Renewable Energy Day and show support for clean energy policies that will create good-paying jobs; improve air and water quality; lower electric bills; and ensure Hoosiers who go solar receive fair credit for the energy they generate.
This is the third year for the event. In past years, attendees have set up meetings before and after the press conference to meet with their legislators. This year, those meetings will be occurring virtually.
WHAT: 2021 Renewable Energy Day
WHO: Renewable energy supporters from around the state, including Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light, Solar United Neighbors, Earth Charter Indiana, Hoosier Environmental Council, Elders Climate Action, Onward and Upward Strategies, TriState Creation Care, Carmel Green Initiative, Citizens Action Coalition, Indiana Distributed Energy Alliance (IndianaDG). Solar Energy Solutions LLC, Midwest GreenTech, and GRNE Solar.
WHERE: Virtually! You can register to attend the event here. Media are more than welcome to attend.
WHEN: Friday, Feb. 5, 12-12:30 p.m.
CONFIRMED PRESENTERS INCLUDE:
- Sen. Ron Alting, R-Lafayette
- Denise Abdul-Rahman, Environmental Climate Justice Chair of the Indiana State Conference of the NAACP
- Ben Inskeep, Principal Energy Policy Analyst, EQ Research
- Ariana Whitaker, Fronius USA
- Susan Sirnic, Solar Advocate, Tri-state Creation Care, Solarize Evansville
- State Sen. Yoder, D-Bloomington