Announcement from Ken Winston, Director of Policy & Outreach,
Nebraska Interfaith Power & Light
There will be a discussion and vote on PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) at the Lincoln City Council meeting on Monday, August 27th at 5:30 pm, rescheduled from July 23rd.
Join Nebraska Interfaith Power & Light and allied organizations for the meeting at the City/County Building, 555 S 10th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68508 to have your voice heard!
You can also contact City Council members anytime beforehand with your comments here.
If you contact Council member Roy Christensen, be sure to thank him for bringing this ordinance before the Council.
PACE is a vital tool that will help to expand our use of clean energy and improve outdated buildings. Click on these links to learn more:
Electrek guest post by Micah Toll, author of DIY Lithium Batteries
My new book, DIY Solar Power, is the culmination of years of work and experience with electronics, batteries and – of course – solar power. I wrote the book with the needs of multiple audiences in mind, including those that are just beginning to enter the world of solar power and those that have some prior experience but desire a deeper understanding of the subject to apply it to their own current projects. There are so many interesting and useful ways to employ solar power in your own gadgets, and I covered as many as possible in my book. Read more here.
YOU CAN ALSO PREVIEW THE BOOKS THIS THURSDAY:
Nebraskans for Solar will have both books at our information tables for our community event this Thursday, February 1, 2018: Recent Solar Energy Developments in Nebraska With Ken Winston @ UNO’s Community Engagement Center, Rooms 201 & 205 Ken is director of policy and outreach for Nebraska Interfaith Power & Light.
Additional details are posted on our calendar. The public is invited. Please join us!
Nebraska Interfaith Power & Light Presents “Conversations With Ken Haar:
Messages of Hope for a Changing Climate”
September 28, 2017 at 7 p.m.
Lincoln Community Foundation
5th Floor Large Conference Room
215 Centennial Mall S
Former Nebraska State Senator Ken Haar was a leader on issues related to protecting the environment during his eight years in the Legislature, from 2009 to 2017. He was the primary introducer of legislation dealing with climate change.
Currently, he is making presentations all across the state about the impacts of climate change and opportunities and strategies that help communities mitigate or adapt to climate change.
Join Ken Haar and Nebraska Interfaith Power & Light for this discussion about messages of hope in response to climate change.
Recommended Reading: The Good Life: Electric car does the driving, and talking, for climate change message around state
Nebraska Sierra Club Program
“Recent Developments in Sustainable & Responsible Investing With Tyler Mainquist“
September 28, 2017 at 7 p.m.
First United Methodist Church
7020 Cass Street
Enter North Door Education Wing