2017 National Extension Energy Summit

2017 National Extension Energy Summit Registration

April 3-6, 2017

Mark your calendar and plan to attend the 2017 National Extension Energy Summit to share, learn and network in order to become a more effective energy educator. This biennual summit is an effort of the ANREP National Extension Energy Initiative, USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, University of Tennessee Extension and Tennessee State University Extension. Keynote speakers, panel discussions, presentations and workshops by local, state and national experts from public and private sectors will help us understand policies, regulations and perceptions that affect energy research and education opportunities. Oral and poster presentations will highlight energy research and education programs. Optional post-conference tours will visit innovative bioenergy facilities and tour sustainability efforts in the urban and university campus settings.

Deadlines:
Early registration deadline is February 28, 2017.
Regular registration deadline is March 15, 2017.
LATE REGISTRATION FEES APPLY AFTER MARCH 15, 2017

NOTE: All University of Tennessee faculty, staff and students whose registrations are paid from University accounts MUST pay by Transfer Voucher!

Cancellation policy:
Cancellations prior to March 15, 2017 will be refunded less a $50 fee. Cancellations after March 15, 2017 are non-refundable but substitutions will be allowed.

Registration Type By 2/28/2017 By 3/15/2017 After 3/15/2017/On-site
Full registration - includes welcome reception Monday, breaks and lunch Tuesday and Wednesday $295 $325 $350
1-day registration - includes breaks and lunch day of attendance $175 $200 $200
Student full registration - includes welcome reception Monday, breaks and lunch Tuesday and Wednesday: $195 $225 $250
Student 1-day registration - includes breaks and lunch day of attendance (A limited number of student stipends are available for students volunteering to assist with conference. Contact tprather@tennessee.edu for details.): $95 $150 $150


Tours - Thursday, April 6:

Tour A - Bioenergy tour (motor coach; includes lunch) COST: $50
Tentative stops include Proton Energy syngas production system at Wampler’s Farm Sausage; Genera Energy cellulosic ethanol research facility; Maryville College wood-fired campus power plant
Optional airport dropoff at 4:00pm

Tour B - Urban and Campus Sustainability COST: $25
(walking and public transit; Tennessee Valley Authority operation center; Knoxville Utilities Board includes lunch Downtown Grill & Brewery,
(½ day option available for individuals with Thursday flights departing after 2:30pm, van will depart Hilton at 1:00pm sharp)

Opening Reception Guest Ticket COST$25

Vendor/Sponsor registration:

Exhibitor: Receives one exhibit table and one registration; recognition in conference literature and website COST: $500

Break Sponsor: Receives one exhibit table and one registration; recognition sign at break table, recognition in conference literature and website COST: $1,000

Luncheon Sponsor: Receives one exhibit table and one registration; opportunity to make brief remarks during luncheon; recognition in conference literature and website COST: $2,000

More information can be found at 2017 National Extension Energy Summit .

Price:

$350.00