The 24th Annual Energy Fair June 21-23, 2013 - Custer, WI

Each year the MREA Energy Fair transforms rural Central Wisconsin into the global hot spot for renewable energy education. The Energy Fair brings over 20,000 people from nearly every state in the U.S. and several countries around the world.

Each year the MREA Energy Fair transforms rural Central Wisconsin into the global hot spot for renewable energy education. The Energy Fair brings over 20,000 people from nearly every state in the U.S. and several countries around the world to learn, connect with others and ready them for action at home. The Energy Fair is the nation's longest running energy education event of its kind.


The Energy Fair features:

Over 275 exhibitors - featuring sustainable living and clean energy products
Over 200 workshops - including introductory level to advanced hands-on education: solar, wind, green building, local sustainable food, and more
Alternative Transportation Show - featuring demonstration vehicles and exhibitors
Green Home Pavilion - emphasizing building and remodeling in a sustainable way
Green Building Demos - displaying sustainable building techniques in action
Sustainable Tables - including workshops, chef demos, and a farmers' market to bring sustainability to your dinner table
Live Auctions - two live auctions featuring plants and shrubs, to PV systems and farm equipment
Inspirational keynotes, lively entertainment, great food, and local beer
Join us for the 24th Annual Energy Fair, June 21-23, 2013

Featured Product

Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.