Indiana Renewable Energy Day 2022
Thank you to everyone from around the state who joined the 4th annual Renewable Energy Day to demand a renewable energy future in Indiana!
Wednesday, January 12, starting at 9 am
Indiana Statehouse (200 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, Indiana 46204), 2nd floor
Special thank you to our event speakers, including Senator Shelli Yoder, Representative Mike Speedy, Alexander Mingus of the Indiana Catholic Conference, and Sam Carpenter from the Creation Care Team at First Mennonite Church of Indianapolis.
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- Use our Renewable Energy Day Guide to find everything you need to be an effective advocate for better renewable energy policies in Indiana. The guide includes detailed steps for how to find your state legislator and set up a meeting, helpful talking points on renewable energy issues, a list of key bills to contact your legislators about (which will be updated as bills are posted), and links to additional resources to learn more. It also includes sample language and graphics that you can use to help spread the word on social media and email.
- Watch the Renewable Energy Day 2022 Training Webinar featuring presentations about the Indiana legislative process, key renewable energy issues being considered during the 2022 legislative session, and tips on how to best communicate with key legislators in the Indiana House and Senate. Even if you can’t make it to RED this year, the training will provide valuable information on framing messages in your discussions with legislators for maximum effectiveness. You can also view presentation slides here.
- Watch SUN’s 2022 Indiana General Assembly Preview featuring Ben Inskeep of EQ Research and Laura Arnold of IndianaDG. You’ll learn about SUN’s policy priorities, key issues facing rooftop solar in our state (including net metering and HOA solar access), and how you can fight for your solar rights as part of Indiana’s growing solar movement.
- Watch expert presenters Karl Rábago and Nicole Sitaraman explain how to dispel the pernicious “cost-shift” argument that utilities use to fight against net metering in this September 10 webinar. Rábago is the Executive Director of the Pace Energy and Climate Center, at the Pace Law School in White Plains, New York and is a former Texas Public Service Commissioner. Sitaraman is Vice President of Strategic Engagement at Sustainable Capital Advisors and formerly served as Sunrun’s Senior Manager for Public Policy.
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