Wyoming wind, solar energy project tours offered in September

2013-08-27T20:15:00Z Wyoming wind, solar energy project tours offered in SeptemberBy the Star-Tribune staff Casper Star-Tribune Online
August 27, 2013 8:15 pm  • 

The public can tour Rocky Mountain Power and the University of Wyoming wind and solar projects from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 28.

The tour will include visits to Rocky Mountain Power’s High Plains wind energy facility and a solar project at UW’s Bim Kendall House. The event will include presentations by experts on wind and solar technologies. The tour includes lunch. Questions and photos will be allowed.

The tour will cost $35 for adults and $30 for children, with a $5 discount for Rocky Mountain Power Blue Sky customers and UW students, faculty and staff.

To register, visit rockymountainpower.net/tour.

Reach state reporter Laura Hancock at 307-266-0581 or at laura.hancock@trib.com. Follow her on Twitter: @laurahancock.

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