October 22 | Virtual Benefit Breakfast

Reserve your spot today for Fresh Energy’s Virtual Benefit Breakfast—Fast Forward >> States Driving Change—taking place on Thursday, October 22, 2020. We hope you will join us online for our largest event of the year and a conversation you will not want to miss.

Clean energy must be at the center of rebuilding our economy. How can we make it happen? Policy, the private sector, and people all play a crucial role and much of our progress will happen at the state level.

Join Fresh Energy for a dynamic discussion of what Minnesota can do to turn challenge into opportunity. We are pleased to welcome Leah Stokes, Ph.D., a national expert on energy, climate, and environmental politics. Her new book, Short Circuiting Policy, examines where states have stumbled and how we can turn it around (read a review here). It’s a conversation we need to have—and we hope you can join us.

Thursday, October 22, 2020
8:00 – 9:00 AM

Log in: 7:45 AM
Program will be held on Zoom and begin promptly at 8:00 AM

RSVP by October 8, 2020

To register: click the link below or email Jillian Theuer at theuer@fresh-energy.org

$125 suggested minimum donation.*
Space is limited and registration is required.

Registrants will be sent a link to the webinar prior to the event.

*There is no fee to register for this event, but you will be asked for a donation during the program. All proceeds will benefit Fresh Energy, an independent, nonprofit organization building solutions for the clean energy economy of our future.

If you are not able to join us on October 22, please consider supporting our work by making a donation online.

For information on sponsoring the 2020 Benefit Breakfast or becoming a table captain, please contact Leigh Onkka at onkka@fresh-energy.org or 651 726 7572.

Thank you to our event sponsors!

Title Sponsor

Fair of the Future Sponsors

Atomic Data
Great River Energy
Impact Power Solutions
Xcel Energy

Match Pool Sponsors

Randy and Bird Anderson
Hayden Family Fund
Ralph Jacobson and Cynthia Bartoo
Sarah F. Lang Fund
Cotty Lowry and Laurie Jacobi
David and Kate Mortenson
Charles and Candice Nadler
Michael and Patsy Noble
Chris O’Brien
Mary Woollen and Clark Heindl

Friends of the Future Business Sponsors

Askov Finlayson
Best Buy
Bremer Bank
Design 45
Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy
Nokomis Energy
Old National Bank
SolAmerica Energy

Friends of the Future Family Sponsors

Donna W. Allan and Bill Mahlum
Conley Family Foundation
Will and Claudia Kaul
James P. Lenfestey
Raj V. Rajan and Kavitha Sitaram

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