Spotlight on Clean Energy Event at 3 Sheeps Brewing in Sheboygan
Updated: Aug 29
3 Sheeps Brewing, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
On Thursday, August 18th, RENEW Wisconsin Energy Fund and event sponsor Arch Solar hosted a 'Spotlight on Clean Energy Happy Hour' series in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Old friends and new gathered to network and discussed clean energy issues of the day over bbq and craft brews at 3 Sheeps Brewing.
RWEF was honored to welcome Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu, who represents the 9th Senate district around Sheboygan and Manitowoc County; Amy Binsfeld, candidate for the 27th Assembly District seat, which includes the northern part of Sheboygan County; and Rep. Terry Katsma, representing the 26th Assembly District, which includes parts of Sheboygan and areas south and west.
From right top to right bottom: Senator Devin LeMahieu, Amy Binsfeld, Rep. Terry Katsma, and JD Smith of Arch Solar.
After lively discussions with guest legislators and a general issues update with Jim Boullion, Government Affairs Director at RENEW, guests enjoyed dinner from Parker Jon's BBQ and craft beers by 3 Sheeps Brewing. Guests then had the opportunity to talk in-depth with RENEW staff about clean energy issues in Sheboygan and throughout the state and network with like-minded individuals passionate about clean energy in Wisconsin.
Thank you to our event sponsor, Arch Solar, and all attendees who support renewable energy advancement in Wisconsin!
The RENEW, Wisconsin Energy Fund, is a not-for-profit, non-partisan organization created to support the growth of Wisconsin's economy and jobs by advocating for the development and deployment of renewable sources of energy, such as solar, wind, bioenergy, geothermal, and other clean and sustainable energy resources, for the benefit of the citizens of Wisconsin. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
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