Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair

The Fair, dated June 18-20, 2004 in Custer, WI, features workshops, exhibits and displays on renewable energy and sustainable living topics.

This year, the Midwest Renewable Energy Association will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of the Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair.


The Fair is the world's largest and longest running event of it's kind, featuring hundreds of workshops, exhibits, and displays on earth friendly topics.

Featured speakers this year include: Richard Perez, publisher and editor of Home Power magazine, the hands-on journal of home-made power; John Stauber, the executive director and founder of the Center for Media and Democracy, and co-author of Toxic Sludge is Good for You. Mad Cow USA, Trust Us We're Experts, and Weapons of Mass Deception; Richard Heinberg, author of The Party's Over; and Amy Goodman, host and executive producer of Democracy Now!

Entertainment guests this year include: Scott Stieber, Je Ne Sais Quoi Jug Band, Orlow & Adrian, Baba Ghanooj, the Kissing Saints, the Reverend Eddie Danger, Green Tea, Sinister Dane and the Kickapoo Disco Cosmonauts, Patchouli, and the Reptile Palace Orchestra.

Featured Product

WS510 Secondary Standard

WS510 Secondary Standard

In the monitoring of large photovoltaic (Utility Scale), in assessing potential sites (Solar-assessment), or in up and coming electricity cost saving initiatives projects (Commercial & Industrial), the WS510 now provides the market a secondary standard pyranometer, ultrasonic wind speed, ultrasonic wind direction, temperature, pressure and humidity all in a single unit.. This sensor meets the high demands of the world meteorological organization (WMO) through the active valving at air temperature measurement and the inertia- and maintenance-free measurement of wind speed and wind direction on the ultrasonic principle. Equipped with a Kipp & Zonen pyranometer of the secondary standards, the WS510-UMB Compact weather sensor from Lufft unites the precision of a variety of meteorological individual sensors in a single all-in-one device, for the first time.