Geared towards folks interested in small renewable energy systems, over 60 people attended an informational forum called “Renewable Energy for the Farm, Ranch, and Home,” Tuesday night at Sheridan College.
Milt Geiger from the University of Wyoming presented a renewable energy download of information for solar, wind, geothermal and small hydroelectric systems. He said it helps people make informed decisions.
Renewable energy systems come with a price; they’re not cheap and the payback could take years to recover.
Renewable energy comes in many different packages and those pursuing renewable energy systems have a variety of reasons for doing so.
Wyoming ranks second in the nation for energy consumed per capita.