On March 31st, Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) Executive Director, Nick Hylla sat down with Wisconsin’s Green Fire (WGF) as part of a 90-minute panel discussion oopportunities for Wisconsin to chart a path towards an energy system that is cleaner, more reliable, more equitable, and increasingly decentralized. Alongside Nick Hylla, WGF welcomed additional energy experts Heather Allen, RENEW Wisconsin Executive Director and Keith Reopelle, Clean Energy Consultant and Member of WGF, to discuss the future of clean, renewable energy in Wisconsin and policy opportunities that exist to enact change.

Watch the recorded panel below to learn how energy consumers can benefit from new policies and investments, how third-party financing can help propel local renewable energy generation, get a glimpse of Wisconsin’s new State Energy Plan, and gain a general understanding of the history and current state of the state’s clean energy policies and progress. 

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