MREA Offers Chance to Learn for Free From Renewable Energy Professionals

MREA has just released their primer courses, online courses which introduce you to renewable energy and sustainable living. Free to MREA members and only $20.00 for non-members.

CUSTER, WI – January 18, 2013 – The Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) has offered full-day professional education for decades. Now, that same professional education is available in bite-sized portions! MREA is offering online primer courses that are specifically made for those who are interested in renewable energy technologies, but may not have a full day to come to a course, or for those with a tight budget.


MREA's online primers can be taken at any time, at your own pace, and from the comfort of your home. The primers are perfect for those looking to save money since they are free for MREA members and only $20 for non-MREA members.

Designed for a wide range of participants, MREA's courses are taught by industry professionals.
Open for immediate registration today are the primers Introduction to Renewable Energy and Working with Electricity. Register today and take the primers online in your free time.

For more information about the MREA and the Training Programs and courses available, contact the MREA at info@midwestrenew.org, or 715-592-6595. To join the MREA as a member, visit www.midwestrenew.org.

The Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization. Founded in 1990, the MREA promotes renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable living through education and demonstration. To learn more, call 715-592-6595 or visit www.midwestrenew.org.

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