Regional Energy Office Annual Meeting

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Mayor Kuspa

Please join with the Regional Energy Office in celebrating at our first annual meeting on February 26.  We’ll begin our meeting with a review of our accomplishments, which include over $2.7 million won on behalf of southeast Michigan local governments for municipal energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, and a $30 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy for a residential energy efficiency program.

We want to hear what’s important to your community and the future of energy policies and practices in southeast Michigan. We invite your participation in an organizational goal setting workshop designed to identify energy efficiency priorities. With your help, we’ll explore new models for energy practices and policies that address our 21st century challenges.

Please RSVP today for this free event on February 26th.

Southeast Michigan Regional Energy Office
Annual Meeting
Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

2:30 pm – 3:00 pm

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Annual Meeting

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Afterglow party at Pegasus Tavernus

Hosted by the City of St. Clair Shores
Blossom Heath Inn [Map it!]
24800 Jefferson Avenue
St. Clair Shores, MI 48080

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For more information please contact:
Jennifer Young, Energy Programs Coordinator
866.402.1061 x712

SEMREO envisions that by 2050 Southeast Michigan is a model for the rest of the State and regions throughout the country in:

  • Cities collaborating to lead their communities,
  • Economic, environmental, and social sustainability,
  • Promoting pride of place,
  • Attracting and retaining residents and businesses,
  • Sustainable energy practices and policies.

Our Mission: 

SEMREO unites cities around sustainable energy outcomes by:

  • Empowering local governments to make informed energy decisions,
  • Facilitating energy efficient practices through collaborations and partnerships,
  • Fostering innovation in sustainability,
  • Engaging, supporting and advocating for forward-thinking energy policies and practices,
  • Providing expertise and resources for implementing energy efficient programs and green information.
Jennifer Young

Author: Jennifer Young

About JenniferAs the Energy Office’s program coordinator, Jennifer provides grant administration and project management assistance on energy efficiency and renewable energy projects to local governments throughout Southeast Michigan. Jennifer holds an M.S. in Resource Policy and Behavior from the School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan and a B.S. in Biology from Eastern Michigan University. It is Jennifer’s privilege and honor to serve communities in fulfilling their commitment to creating vibrant, sustainable and attractive communities where residents live, work and play!

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  1. Learn about projects and activities the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is supporting to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy in Michigan.

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