Office of Energy Policy
Bluegrass Energy Expo to be Held Sept. 24 and 25
Frankfort, KY, (Sept. 15, 2005) – Concerned about this winter’s heat bills? Worried about how energy costs are going to affect your bottom line? Interested in renewable energy, such as solar or wind? Ever wonder how to convert your diesel car to run on vegetable oil? Get the information you need at the second annual 2005 Bluegrass Energy Expo, September 24-25, at the Lexington Convention Center.
Learn about proven energy solutions, energy-saving products and services, as well as renewable energy technologies. Participate in the energy trade show, workshops, exhibits, demonstrations and children’s activities. The Bluegrass Energy Expo will help you learn how investing in energy efficiency can save you money and increase your home’s comfort and value, while improving Kentucky’s economy, environment, and energy security.
The Kentucky Office of Energy Policy (KOEP) is a sponsor of the Bluegrass Energy Expo and KOEP’s sponsorship of this event is in support of the goals outlined in Governor Fletcher’s Comprehensive Energy Strategy. The strategy encourages the development of public-private partnerships that promote energy efficiency through education and outreach.
For more information about energy efficiency, visit the Office of Energy Policy’s Web site at www.energy.ky.gov. For more information about the Bluegrass Energy Expo and to see a schedule of workshops, visit www.bluegrassenergyexpo.org.