Utility-Scale Solar Workshop for Public Officials
June 7 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Join us on Wednesday, June 7, for a comprehensive Utility Scale Solar Workshop designed specifically for public officials and community leaders. This full-day event will take place from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm at the esteemed DePauw University, hosted at The Prindle Institute’s Great Room, located at 2961 W County Road 225 S., Greencastle, IN 46135.
The workshop will cover a range of crucial topics essential for understanding utility-scale solar projects. Participants will gain valuable insights into the environmental and safety impacts associated with solar technology, allowing them to make informed decisions and policies regarding renewable energy development. Additionally, the economic impacts of utility-scale solar projects will be explored, highlighting the potential benefits for local communities in terms of job creation, tax revenue, and economic growth.
To ensure a comprehensive understanding of utility-scale solar projects, the workshop will also provide insights into the legal considerations for landowners. This aspect is particularly important for public officials and community leaders who play a key role in guiding land-use policies and ensuring fair and responsible development practices.
As an added benefit, a light breakfast and lunch will be included, allowing participants to network and engage in discussions with fellow attendees and industry experts.
Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your knowledge of utility-scale solar projects and their implications. Join us at the Utility Scale Solar Workshop and be equipped to make informed decisions and effectively navigate the renewable energy landscape.