Fredericksburg, TX -- At the 13th annual Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair (The Roundup) we’ll be filling the grounds with exhibitors and packing the tents with outstanding speakers and panels on topics for green lifestyles. People from across Texas, from communities large and small converge on Fredericksburg annually in search of ideas for a cleaner, healthier, more sustainable and energy efficient lifestyle. The Roundup is a place to see new ideas in action; discover new organic farming techniques, learn about green building and remodeling, taste fresh organic foods and to test, explore and interact with products and services for living sustainably. The Roundup takes place at Market Square, 126 West Main St. in Fredericksburg, September 27 – 29, 2013.
The fair is an annual Texas favorite and the largest all-sustainable fair in the south. David Bebeau, CEO, Sunrise Solar recently said, "I've been coming to the Roundup since it started in 1999 and I have had the same booth space for 12 years now. It is one of the most enjoyable shows we do for both exhibitors and the participants."
Texans seeking green lifestyles and concerned about drought and the environment have come to the Roundup yearly to hear national leaders and local experts; to participate in workshops; and to enjoy races and other creative events. Among the informative focus panels taking place over the three-day event, the Texas Co-Op Energy panel will have representatives from Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative andPedernales Electric Cooperative with the panel’s moderator joining us from the State Energy Conservation Office, SECO. It is a great opportunity to learn about what your energy supplier is doing currently to provide you and your community with secure energy that is clean and efficient and how their long-term energy goals encourage new industries and bring new jobs to local communities.
The Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair is co-organized by Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association (TREIA) and the Texas Center for Policy Studies (TCPS). For information call 830-997-2350 or email email@example.com. Among the entities that have already committed to sponsor the event are CPS Energy, Pedernales Electric Cooperative, the Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club and Environment Texas.
Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association, (TREIA) is the oldest renewable energy non-profit trade organization in Texas. For more than a quarter century, it has promoted development of sustainable, renewable resources and their wise use. Visit TREIA at www.treia.org.
Founded in 1982, Texas Center for Policy Studies (TCPS) brings together people and the information necessary to ensure that growth and development in our region enhances, rather than diminishes, quality of life.