Deal-Making Solar Event in Minneapolis on February 20 Seeks to Boost Brightfield Development

A substantive solar energy development event on February 20 in Minneapolis is free for landowners with potential sites and will feature a face-to-face networking forum.
By: Brownfield Listings LLC
The Solar Market Mixer is free for landowners & communities.
The Solar Market Mixer is free for landowners & communities.
MINNEAPOLIS - Dec. 17, 2019 - PRLog -- is thrilled to announce another action-oriented and illuminating installment of its groundbreaking solar energy development series: Brightfields 2020 - Minnesota. In collaboration with the Minnesota Solar Energy Industries Association (MnSEIA), Minnesota Brownfields and solar stakeholders across the region, Brightfields 2020 - Minnesota will power up the Humphrey Conference Center at the University of Minnesota in beautiful downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota on February 20, 2020.

This dynamic one-day solar energy development event provides breakfast, lunch and a dense educational program featuring leading industry experts who will share their working knowledge in a variety of sessions. With substantial policy movement in Minnesota recently, including ongoing brownfield-to-brightfield efforts, Brightfields 2020 - Minnesota will present a timely brief on the current state of laws, incentives and programs impacting the solar space ahead of the spring development season. Presented by key agency staff and private sector professionals who know land-based brightfield development best, there's no better opportunity to plug into Minnesota's emerging solar development boom this winter.

Free for landowners, companies and communities with potential solar development sites (rather than rooftops), Brightfields 2020 - Minnesota provides the opportunity to connect directly with solar developers and professionals. Simply enter one (1+) property of at least one (1+) acre in size into the Solar Market Mixer and you can attend Brightfields 2020 - Minnesota at no cost.

In this open, no-obligation networking forum, potential solar projects will come to life as participants meet eye-to-eye and explore the development potential of thousands of greenfield, brownfield and landfill acres in the region.

Landowners can't miss this unique opportunity to test your property's solar power potential! And if you have a brownfield, landfill or other marginal acreage, then Brightfields 2020 - Minnesota may be the only place to explore the pathway to productive reuse by developing renewable energy.

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