Program Review Meetings
Annual Program Reviews provide tribes with an opportunity to meet and learn from other tribes that are pursuing energy sufficiency and reduced carbon pollution through energy efficiency and/or renewable energy development, and to share in each other's successes.
2015 Tribal Energy Program Review
May 4-7, 2015
Renaissance Denver Hotel
3801 Quebec St.
Denver, CO 80207
This annual program review is intended as a forum for tribes to meet and learn from other tribes. Recognizing the increasing interest of tribes in energy efficiency and renewable energy and the benefit of tribes learning from tribes, we are opening up this meeting to Indian Country as a whole.
The 2015 Tribal Energy Program Review will include an overview of the Tribal Energy Program and a series of presentations by tribes exploring or deploying weatherization, energy efficiency, and renewable energy technologies across the nation. Because human capacity is a focus of the Tribal Energy Program, attendees will also learn about our internship program and hear directly from young and inspiring Native American students about their experiences and summer projects. This is a unique forum where you can get an excellent overview of the wide range of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects under way in Indian Country.
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There is no registration fee, but advanced registration is required to ensure adequate seating and availability of food. Lunch will be provided on the three full days of the review (Tuesday, May 5 through Thursday, May 7, 2015). Travel and per diem are the individual's responsibility.
A block of rooms is available at a discounted rate for meeting participants. The discounted group room rate is $163.00 plus tax (below government per diem rate).
The deadline for reservations at the group rate is April 13, 2015. After that date, we are unable to guarantee rate or availability.
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Previous Program Review Meetings
Presentations are available from past program review meetings on tribal projects, planning, funding opportunities, legislation, and much more for the following years: