Thursday, April 16, 2009

Michigan Energy Conference Begins Today

Second Annual Event Is Underway

BIG RAPIDS - Ferris State University continues to be at the forefront of teaching and meeting the needs of its students and community by hosting the second annual Michigan Energy Conference today and tomorrow (April 16 and 17). This year’s conference will focus on energy efficiency and reducing carbon footprint, the Big Rapids Pioneer reports. The outcome of the conference is for participants to leave with an understanding of the carbon footprint, along with the opportunities and challenges with Michigan’s renewable portfolio and realizing sustainability through renewable resources.
“The energy conference provides a forum to discuss important energy issues and foster ideas that will result in opportunities for Michigan,” said Ron McKean, Ferris College of Engineering Technology associate dean.

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