RENEW staff and guests at Lazy Monk Brewing in Eau Claire.
On Saturday, May 21st, RENEW Wisconsin Energy Fund, and event partner No Boundaries Tiny Homes hosted a 'Spotlight on Clean Energy Happy Hour' series in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Old friends and new gathered to network and discussed clean energy issues of the day over Lazy Monk craft brews and Mexican food at Lazy Monk Brewing.
The evening began with a No Boundaries Tiny Home facility tour in Eau Claire. Guests and RENEW staff were able to tour sustainable tiny homes and have an in-depth chat with Graham Barnes, Owner of No Boundaries Tiny Homes, on their process of sourcing reclaimed materials and the sustainable building practices they follow when building their tiny homes.
Graham Barnes, No Boundaries Tiny Homes, gives a tour of a tiny home at their facility in Eau Claire, WI.
After the tiny home tour, guests enjoyed dinner and craft beers at Lazy Monk brewery. Guests had the opportunity to talk in-depth with RENEW staff about clean energy issues in Eau Claire and throughout the state and network with other like-minded individuals that are passionate about clean energy in Wisconsin.
Thank you to our event partner, No Boundaries Tiny Homes, and all attendees who support renewable energy advancement in Wisconsin!
Details for our next 'Spotlight on Clean Energy Happy Hour' will be coming soon!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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