3rd Energy, Inc
Booth B31 | www.3rdenergy.com
We write renewable energy apps. Think of our iPhone app, calcWIND, as Wind Assessor Lite. For less than five dollars, you get the standard textbook power formula augmented with wind shear, wind speed at hub height, wind rose, breakeven analysis, LCOE, and avoided carbon.
Accurate-Airtight Exteriors, LLC
Booth A20 | www.TheAirBarrier.com
Accurate-Airtight Exteriors, LLC specializes in building diagnostics, energy audits, air sealing, and insulation. The company is noted for its expertise in blower-door testing, especially testing large commercial or multi-family structures.
Food Court | www.adire.org
Indian vegetarian meals. Proceeds support improving the lives of rural poor and applying appropriate modern technology, renewable energy, and local capacity building. 2018 Menu: Vegetable biryani (rice with mixed vegetables), chole (garbanzo beans), mixed vegetable curry, chicken tikka masala, samosas (vegetable stuffed pastries), raita (yogurt with vegetables), mango lassi (yogurt drink).
All Sky Energy
Booth X1 | www.allskyenergy.com
All Sky Energy specializes in solar electric installations and electric vehicle charging stations. They have commercial or residential, grid-connected or off-grid installation options that will fit your needs, and over 20 years of experience in the solar and electrical industry.
Clean Transportation Show | www.alliantenergy.com
Alliant Energy Corporation is a Midwest U.S. energy company primarily engaged in electric generation and the distribution of electricity and natural gas. Our mission is to deliver the energy solutions and exceptional service that our customers and communities count on safely, efficiently, and responsibly.
Blue Wave Tech
We provide HealthmateForever® units including the new Electronic Muscle Simulator (EMS) and the Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Simulations (TENS). We provide athletes and non-athletes with drug-free pain management options and improved blood circulation.
Booth A2 | www.conserveschool.org
We are a semester school for high school juniors and advanced sophomores focused on environmental stewardship and outdoor education. Scholarships are offered to all qualified students interested in an experiential curriculum immersed in environmental history, nature literature, and the science of conservation, while still continuing their required academic studies.
Dairyland Power Cooperative/Touchstone Energy Cooperatives
A9-10 | www.dairynet.com
Dairyland provides wholesale electricity to 25 member distribution cooperatives in four states (WI, MN, IA, IL). In turn, these Touchstone Energy Cooperatives meet the electricity needs of more than half a million people. Dairyland’s renewable generation resources include hydro, wind, landfill gas, biomass, animal waste, and solar.
Earth Sense Energy Systems
Booth X2-4 | www.pellethead.com
Celebrating its 26th year as the nation’s largest pellet stove and pellet dealer! We specialize in freestanding pellet stoves, inserts, pellet furnaces, pellet grills, and 5 levels of quality replacement windows! Stop by our booths X2-4 and speak to one of our professionals!
Glacetier Ice Cream
We have five flavors of hand-dipped, natural, homemade ice cream with RBGH-free, locally sourced cream from Mauel’s Dairy in Owen, Wisconsin.
Great Lakes Carpentry, Inc.
Booth B40 | www.greatlakescarpentry.com
We specialize and strive to build energy efficient, safe, and durable homes/additions, reducing our clients’ carbon footprint. Our certifications include Passive House Institute US and green building from the National Association of Home Builders.
Inn Serendipity Farm and B&B
Booth A31 | www.innserendipity.com
Visit with authors Lisa Kivirist and John Ivanko, of Inn Serendipity: completely powered by the wind and sun. Sustainability books include: Soil Sisters, Homemade for Sale, Farmstead Chef, ECOpreneuring, and Rural Renaissance. Pay off the mortgage, be your own boss, and restore the planet.
Unique batik clothing.
Linda and Gene Farley Center/Natural Path Sanctuary
The Linda and Gene Farley Center is a 501c3 organization focused on environmental and social justice issues through education. Our major components are our collaborative organic farm program and our green cemetery, Natural Path Sanctuary.
Booth B21 | www.madisoncollege.edu
Madison college is a national leader having offered coursework and academic certificates in renewable energy for over 15 years. The college’s Center for Renewable Energy Advanced Technological Education (CREATE) is funded by the NSF to advance the field of renewable energy by supporting two-year college renewable energy programs nationwide.
Massage Tent Near Rainbow's End
OPEN 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Midwest Renewable Energy Association
Silent Auction & Info Tent | www.midwestrenew.org
We promote renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable living through education and demonstration. Stop by to learn more about our courses, The Energy Fair, and Grow Solar initiatives, purchase merchandise and/or your MREA membership!
MREA Cafe | www.midwestrenew.org
Open 6:30 a.m. to presenters, exhibitors, volunteers, sponsors and 9:00 a.m. to the public the MREA Cafe serves locally-sourced and organic food to Fair attendees, all day long. Swing by to enjoy bakery treats from Earth Crust Bakery, Main Grain Bakery, and Zest Bakery. Gluten free and vegan options. Coffee donated by Cadence Cold Brew, Colectivo Coffee, Emy J’s, Kickapoo Coffee Roasters, and Peace Coffee, and tea from Rishi and Cadence Cold Brew tea—make sure to ask about our ‘Bottomless Coffee Cup’ to keep you going all weekend. The Cafe will serve Organic Prairie on an Earthcrust Bakery bun served alongside Fizzeology Foods Kimchi, Curtido, Seasonal Blend, or Naked kraut and Kettle chips. In addition to coffee and tea, we will be serving Wisco Pop! Proceeds from the Cafe benefit MREA’s educational programs.
New this year! Friday 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Enjoy loaded breakfast burritos from Primitive Provider using local and organic grown ingredients including pastured pork from Primitive Pasture, vegetables from Rising Sand Organic Cooperative Farm, and homemade tortillas by Rural Uprising.
Multi Stove Co.
Multi Stove, Co. is a company that makes a multi-use grill that uses multiple types of biomass for creating heat for outdoor cooking and other uses.
Booth A15 | www.naturespathways.com
Nature’s Pathways Magazine is a community-based monthly print and online magazine with a circulation of 15,000+ distributed at over 430 locations in Northeast Wisconsin that connects readers to local businesses. We provide relevant information on sustainability, green living, healthy recipes, personal wellness, and more.
NECA Chicago and IBEW Local Union #134
Booth B19 | www.ecachicago.com
In 1900, NECA Chicago and IBEW Local 134 formed a cooperative effort between labor and management to meet all electrical construction needs for customers. We are a community of qualified contractors employing highly-trained union electricians in the Chicago Metropolitan Area. We are your complete energy solutions provider.
Next Energy Solution, Inc.
Booth B4 & X26 | www.nextenergysolution.com
An innovative solar company with locations in Shell Lake and Spooner offering solar electric systems for cabins, homes, and businesses. Our patent pending E-Z set Ground Mount and the Weekender Solar Generator are perfect for cabins.
North Wind Renewable Energy Cooperative
Booths X21-23 | www.northwindre.com
NWRE is central Wisconsin’s most trusted renewable energy solution provider, specializing in the design and installation of solar electric and solar+storage systems. All told, the North Wind team brings over 75 years of in-house experience in design, installation, assessment, project management, consulting and service.
Northern Sun Merchandising
Booths X36-38 & X44-46 | www.northernsun.com
We have been selling socially progressive, environmental messages on a variety of products (shirts, stickers, mugs, etc.) since 1979. Often humorous, rarely dull. Don’t forget the bargain rack. Bring us beer, and we will sing for you.
Organic Valley Breakfasts Saturday/Sunday Main Stage
Main Stage | www.organicvalley.coop
7:30 – 11:00 a.m. (Open 7:30 a.m. to presenters, exhibitors, volunteers, sponsors and 9:00 a.m. to the public) Treat yourself to a hearty breakfast of eggs, hash browns, sausage, yogurt, coffee, orange juice, tea, and more. Hosted by Organic Valley with Peace Coffee served and fruit and bagels donated by the Stevens Point Area Co-op, you are sure to leave satiated. This breakfast helps raise funds for the MREA’s educational programs. Cost is $5.
OutBack Power Technologies
Booth A4 | www.outbackpower.com
The premier designer, developer and seller of off-grid and grid hybrid power electronics and balance of system components, for renewable energy and other power systems. Known for Grid/Hybrid systems and for developing industry-renowned technologies, OutBack Power has decades of pioneering experience perfecting industry-standard innovations including pure-sine wave inverters and maximum power-point tracking (MPPT) charge controllers.
Booths X29-30 | www.na.panasonic.com/us/home-living-solutions/solar/
Panasonic is celebrating its 100th year as the leader in consumer electronics, business solutions, and industrial components. Panasonic has been a pioneer in the solar business for 40 years. We have been producing increasingly higher efficiency and the highest quality solar panels HIT® for 20 years. Panasonic’s century of experience is the foundation we build upon to fulfill our goal of providing technically innovative, durable, efficient, and high performance products to our customers worldwide.
MREA Marketplace | www.patraliving.com
We are manufacturers and distributors of disposable dinnerware headquartered out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our Disposable Dinnerware is completely made out of fallen areca palm leaves based on a simple idea of using natural resources without harming nature. We use naturally shed leaves to create a whole range of natural design tableware. Patra® Eco-Dinnerware is produced by heat pressing palm leaves and the process uses no chemicals or waxes. It is 100% natural and no trees are cut in the entire process.
Photovoltaic Systems, LLC
PV Systems Tent | www.pv-systems.org
We are a full-service solar electrical contractor providing grid-tied, standalone, and a wide variety of solar electric systems in WI. I personally have 38 years of experience in this field. We are also a factory authorized service center for Schneider Electric inverters.
Retired Towel Factory
My bibs are made from recycled towels, and designed to fit teething infants, toddlers, adults, and nursing home patients.
Rolling Meadows Sorghum Mill
Selling sorghum and maple syrup, honey, sorghum caramel corn, and sorghum flour.
Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Program – Edgewood College
The Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Graduate Program uses a project-based curriculum that leads to innovative solutions to social and ecological challenges. Participants gain leadership skills to transform communities.
TechniArt Inc. hosts pop-up retail programs across the state of WI, sponsored by Focus on Energy. We sell LED light bulbs to residential customers far below average retail pricing.
Tomorrow River Community Charter School
Rainbow's End | www.trccs.org
Students will be prepared to become stewards of the earth, graduating with the skills to create and change the world around them. TRCCS’s curriculum is inspired by Waldorf and Environmental education and offers a collaborative and non-competitive learning environment that integrates the arts and offers hands-on experiences for Pre-Kindergarten through 6th grade.
U.S. Solar Mounts, Corp
U.S. Solar Mounts Demo | www.ussolarmounts.us
U.S. Solar Mounts designs high-quality racking systems and solar lake aerators that are used by installers nationwide. The Adjustable Ground Mount System has been in use for years in every corner of the country and has a proven track record of durability. Thoughtful engineering goes into every product created by U.S. Solar Mounts, saving you time and money on each install. Every system is completely built in the USA.
Ultimate Outdoor Furnace
Booths X68-69, West of Clean Transportation Show | www.ultimateoutdoorfurnacellc.com
Sells the Polar Furnace brand of outdoor furnaces. The industry leader in clean burn technology. Meets established EPA standards thru 2020, 7 industry firsts, up to 60% less wood consumption, certified for indoor & outdoor installation. All fire no smoke.
UW-Madison, Resource and Energy Demand Analysis Master’s Program
X61 | www.reda.aae.wisc.edu/
The UW-Madison Master’s in Resource and Energy Demand Analysis (REDA) provides graduate training in economics and data analytics for a smart, green world. The one year professional Master’s program focuses on energy analysis and resource management.
Werner Electric Supply, Wisconsin Clean Energy
Booth A3-4 | www.wernerelectric.com/SP/Clean-Energy-Service
Werner Electric Supply’s Clean Energy Experts offer you the solutions to go clean and green for EV Charging Stations and PV Solar Systems in Wisconsin, UP of Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana markets. Our services include design assistance for grid tie, off-grid, and hybrid systems. We can help you with energy production calculations and comparisons, clean energy project coordination from beginning to end, and hybrid system designs which provide the best solution and cost savings for your application.
Werner Electric, Minnesota
Booth A3 | www.wernermn.com
Delivers on solution, supply, and support to be our customers’ competitive advantage. Provide customers with premier products and services serving multiple markets: renewable energy, commercial, contractor, industrial, OEM, institutional, and system integrator. Established in 1920, serves Minnesota, northeast Iowa, and western Wisconsin. We are staffed with NABCEP certified specialists to meet our customers’ needs.
Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education (WCEE)
Educator Tent | www.uwsp.edu/cnr/wcee, www.uwsp.edu/cnr
The Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education (WCEE) provides leadership and resources to advance education for sustainable human and natural communities. The WCEE is part of the College of Natural Resources (CNR) at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, which is widely regarded as the nation’s leading undergraduate natural resource program.
Wisconsin Farmers Union
Booth X57 | www.wisconsinfarmersunion.com
Wisconsin Farmers Union is a member-driven organization committed to enhancing the quality of life for family farmers, rural communities, and consumers through education, cooperation, and civic engagement. WFU’s Kamp Kenwood, on the shores of Lake Wissota near Chippewa Falls, offers summer camps focused on cooperation, leadership, civic engagement, and sustainability.
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters
Booth X51 | www.conservationvoters.org
We hold legislators accountable to their votes, and engage in voter education, lobbying, and issue advocacy. We also recruit, issue endorsements, and actively work for the election of candidates committed to strong conservation policies.
Wisconsin Network for Peace, Justice, and Sustainability
Booth A25 | www.wnpj.org
Wisconsin Network for Peace, Justice, and Sustainability promotes a sustainable world free from violence and injustice by connecting, engaging, and strengthening member groups and serving as a catalyst for community organizing and education.
Booth T8 | www.zefenergy.com
ZEF Energy provides level 2 and DC fast charging solutions. We are committed to expanding our Midwest-based, fast charging network to accommodate the rapid growth of electric vehicle use. We have successfully worked with utilities, cities, non-profit, and for-profit partners in our mission to provide increased availability of reliable and cost-effective electric vehicle charging to their customers and the public.
Clean Transportation Show
Massage Tent Near Rainbow's End
South of Training Roof
Silent Auction & Info Tent
Booth B4 & X26
Booths X36-38 & X44-46
PV Systems Tent
U.S. Solar Mounts Demo
Booths X68-69, West of Clean Transportation Show