Kirkwood hosts successful I-Renew Energy Expo

This past weekend, Kirkwood Community College hosted the I-Renew Energy Expo. The expo included two floors of booths displaying renewable energy research and innovations, numerous workshops and three keynote speakers (Tim Dwight — former NFL star currently working for a solar power provider; Jeremy Symons — National Wildlife Federation senior vice president of conservation and education; and Bill Leighty — earth protection vice president of the Leighty Foundation).

The Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research (CGRER) was among the organizations supporting I-Renew. CGRER also setup a booth and displayed their work at the expo.

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