Utility Scale Solar Workshop for Public Officials
June 8 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Join us on Thursday, June 8, for a dynamic Utility Scale Solar Workshop tailored specifically for public officials and community leaders. This engaging full-day event will take place from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm at the Science Center of Franklin College, hosted in Rooms 104 A & B. You can find us at 800 E. Monroe St, Franklin, IN 46131.
The workshop will explore essential topics related to utility-scale solar projects, equipping participants with valuable knowledge to make informed decisions and shape policies. Gain insights into the environmental and safety impacts of solar technology, understanding the benefits and potential challenges associated with renewable energy development. Additionally, delve into the economic impacts of utility-scale solar projects, discovering how they can stimulate job creation, generate tax revenue, and contribute to local economic growth.
Legal considerations for landowners will be a key focus of the workshop, empowering public officials and community leaders to navigate the complexities of land-use policies and ensure responsible development practices in their areas. By understanding the legal aspects, participants can foster equitable and sustainable solar projects within their communities.
As a bonus, a light breakfast and lunch will be provided, fostering networking opportunities and allowing attendees to connect with peers and industry experts.
Don’t miss out on this invaluable opportunity to expand your knowledge of utility-scale solar projects. Join us at the Utility Scale Solar Workshop and gain the tools needed to make informed decisions and drive positive change within your community.