You’re Invited: Citizens League Intergenerational Energy Policy Tour

For all you hands-on learners, the Citizens League Emerging Leaders are hosting a chance for you to grapple with the big issues with their upcoming Intergenerational Energy Policy Tour. Join them at a tour of the District Energy plant in downtown St. Paul to learn first-hand about co-generation and district heating and cooling. Get behind-the-scenes and get ahead of the trends in renewable energy and how we’ll continue to power Minnesota’s industry and innovation in years to come!

Energy Policy Tour

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Wednesday, June 20
5:30-7:30pm
District Energy
Free for Citizens League members and $10.00 for non-members
light snacks and beverages provided

Space is limited to the first 25 to register.

Energy is one of the most important policy issues of today and one that will greatly impact the competitiveness of Minnesota in the years ahead.

Come learn more about energy issues first-hand on the second Inter-Generational Policy Tour. We’ll be touring the District Energy plant in downtown St. Paul to learn about the plant’s operations in the areas of renewable energy, co-generation, and district heating and cooling. Following the tour, we’ll have an opportunity to discuss what we’ve seen and learn more about the Citizens League’s work on energy policy.

The Policy Tour Series provides the opportunity to get a behind the scenes look at the inner workings of notable locations in Minnesota followed by a discussion with leading policy thinkers. This series is part of the Citizens League’s Inter-Generational event offerings, and is hosted by our Emerging Leaders Committee.

Our 2012 Inter-Generational events are generously sponsored by 

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