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Nebraska Wind Conference reaches 200 registrations

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Over 200 people have already registered for the fifth annual Nebraska Wind Conference, well ahead of last year's pace. The conference will be held Oct. 22 and 23 in Lincoln, Neb., at the Cornhusker Hotel. "United and Strategic in Advancing the Wind Industry of Nebraska" is this year's conference theme.

"We bring together a wide range of wind energy stakeholders at this conference. They will hear from the top wind experts in our state, region, and nation who will share the latest and best information about wind energy of all sizes and ownership models."

Greeley County landowner Ellen Gydesen who attended last year's conference, is returning for this year's event. "If we are ever going to get a wind farm in our county it is important that we have the knowledge of the industry and know who can make it happen," she stated.

Professional Development Hours Certificates will be offered to those who attend.

For more information on the conference including a current list of registrants, programs, go to www.Nebraskawindconference.com. Registration is $100 and is limited to the first 325 attendees.

For hotel reservations contact the Cornhusker Hotel at 402-474-7474 or online at http://thecornhuskerhotel.com. Be sure to mention you are with the Nebraska Wind Conference to get the group room rate of $104 plus tax per night.

Date: 10/22/2012



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