Review the links below to determine your involvement at the Fair!
Whether you are coming to the Fair for the first time, or it will be your 32nd year, we welcome you to enjoy all aspects of the Fair. From the free educational workshops and electrifying exhibitors, to the entertainment, food, and lively events, there is something for everyone.
Schedules will be available in the late Spring of 2023.
Showcase your contribution to renewable energy, sustainable living, and energy efficiency advancements by exhibiting in a unique, outdoor festival venue! As an Energy Fair exhibitor, you increase your prospective audience while creating a robust network of lasting professional and personal connections.
Your support will stabilize and grow clean energy and energy efficiency markets in the Midwest by creating local jobs and career resources, increasing grid resiliency, enhancing human wellness, improving regional and local infrastructure, improving access and educational opportunities for clean energy and sustainability, stimulating in-state and local investments, reducing home and business expenses, and so much more.
Education is at the heart of The Energy Fair and the key to positive change. Each year, our surveys show that workshops are the number one reason for Energy Fair attendance. Please consider sharing your knowledge and expertise by presenting a General Education Workshop to Fair attendees.
Each year, the Fair features product training workshops to keep energy professionals up-to-date on the latest products and innovations in the industry. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to showcase your products and/or services to Energy Professional CE Series attendees! Submissions are open to Sponsors, Exhibitors, Sustaining Business Members, and Energy Pro CE Series Sponsors.
The Annual Energy Fair would not be possible without the hard work of incredible volunteers.
When you volunteer with the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) you are not only supporting The Energy Fair but also helping to promote renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable living. The MREA has opportunities at annual events and year-round support roles as a volunteer.