Come to the Flea Off Market and test drive the future. EvolveKY, Louisville's own electric car club, will be partnering with the Flea to showcase many of the most exciting electric and plug in electric cars on the market today. Come ask questions, take a test drive or ride along and see first hand what makes electric cars cleaner, more cost effective and more fun to drive than their gasoline counterparts.
For more information, go to https://www.facebook.com/thefleaoffmarket
Business and industry representatives, government officials, university representatives and others will discuss a number of topics over the day-and-a half meeting. Topics will include the Environmental Protection Agency’s rule on greenhouse gas emissions; progress on Kentucky’s energy plan and a discussion about the state’s energy future; university research; the changing business models of utility companies; business sustainability; and a conversation with staff from the Energy and Environment Cabinet.
For more information, go to http://eec.ky.gov/Pages/conference.aspx
Robert Chatham, on behalf of KySES, will present an overview of solar energy in KY and across the country. In the course of his presentation, he will cover topics including current solar legislation like net metering, federal and state tax incentives for home owners and businesses, energy financing alternatives for businesses, and local grass root efforts to promote solar energy projects.
EvolveKY, Louisville's own electric car club, will be participating at the Gaslight Festival to showcase many of the most exciting electric cars on the market today. Come ask questions and see first hand what makes electric cars cleaner, more cost effective and more fun to drive than their gasoline counterparts.
For more information go to http://www.jtownchamber.com/gaslightfestival.aspx
The International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), also known as The Demo Expo, is the premiere event for utility industry professionals to gain comprehensive insight into the latest technologies, innovations, insights, and trends affecting their industry. Registration fee applies.
Robert Chatham, on behalf of KySES, will present - "Alternative Energy Heats Up With Solar". He will explain the benefits of solar power and why it is becoming increasingly attractive to owners of business and industrial facilities as well as individual home owners. New solar energy systems are providing power for business and industrial facilities, college and university campuses, and government complexes. Arrays of solar panels require power cables to transmit and distribute power, and many are being placed underground. This session is an update on the solar industry and discussion of opportunities for underground construction contractors.
For more information go to http://www.icuee.com/
Robert Chatham, on behalf of KySES, will present an overview of solar energy in KY and across the country. He will cover topics including current solar legislation, federal and state tax incentives for home owners and businesses, cost comparisons to fossil fuels, Value of Solar, energy financing alternatives for businesses, and local grass root efforts to promote solar energy projects. He will also discuss the rise and benefits of electric vehicles.
The 2015 Louisville Solar Tour will be Saturday, October 10th. This annual event provides real-life examples of how Louisville families and businesses are harnessing free energy from the sun to generate electricity, warm and cool their homes, heat water, charge their electric cars, and slash monthly utility bills. This year's tour will feature an several educational programs: an introduction to solar at the Green Building in the morning (10-11:30am); bus tour with Tim Darst of KIPL, self-guided bike and self-guided vehicle tour options to see various solar systems; plus a solar energy celebration fair at the Apocalypse Brew Works in the afternoon (2-4pm) where installer and electric vehicle owners/dealers will display their products. EvolveKY, the all electric vehicle club, will be also be involve. They will be participate at all 3 events (Green Building, Bus Tour, and Apocalypse). Everyone is welcomed to come to any or all of these Louisville Solar Tour Day events! You can also review our Solar Tour's website for more information, sign up and to reserve your spot on the bus!
For more information go to http://louisvillesolartour.blogspot.com/
Green Building Council is holding a solar event in the Green Building in Louisville. The agenda will include PV, net zero, passive solar, tax incentives, ePAD, etc. Robert Chatham of KYSES will be presenting.