Rehoboth, Delaware April 6, 2008: Delaware Renewable Energy Company of Rehoboth Beach is gearing up for their 2nd Annual Renewable Energy Fair. The fair is scheduled for April 18th from 10a.m. – 2p.m. at the Baycenter in Dewey Beach and will be free to the public. Two guests will have the opportunity to win a Powerkuff monitor system, and one guest will have the opportunity to win a green cleaning service courtesy of Ecolistic Cleaning. The fair will host an assortment of vendors in the categories of Renewable Energy Sources, Green Builders, Eco-friendly Home Products and Services, and Eco-friendly Associations. The motto for the event is “Helping Delaware Go Green with Renewable Energy and Eco-Friendly Products and Services.” After hosting a successful Renewable Energy Fair in 2008, Delaware Renewable Energy Company decided to continue offering the fair to the general public to allow ease and convenience for interested parties to gather information on the local “Green” resources available within the community. The fair is simply an informational forum where people can learn about different products, make contacts, and ask questions without feeling pressured.
Delaware Renewable Energy Company has already welcomed many businesses to be included in this year’s venue. Gold Partners include: Hyett Refrigeration, JCN Environmental, Merrill Lynch, Powerkuff, Resort Paint & Decorating ~ A Benjamin Moore Signature Store, UEK Delaware, Waste Management of Delaware, and Zero Energy Homes. Silver Partners include: C.F. Schwartz Motor Company, Inc. Toyota Chrysler Scion, Clean Currents Solar, EcoConstruction, Eco Exteriors, Ecolistic Cleaning, Envirotech Environmental Consulting, Inc., General Pest Control / Mold Masters, Mr. Go Green, Inc., and PV-Powered. Other partners include: Rehoboth Beach Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce – Green Force, SunPower, General Electric, and Delmarva Power.
Dlaware Renewable Energy Company is also honored to welcome John Byrne, 2007 Nobel Peace Prize recipient and Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy to this year’s Renewable Energy Fair. As co-chair to the Sustainable Energy Utility Task Force, Mr. Byrne will be one of our guest presenters.
For further details and information on attending the fair or for information on participating in the 2nd Annual Renewable Energy Fair scheduled for Saturday, April 18th at the Baycenter in Dewey Beach, please contact Megan Spangler of Delaware Renewable Energy Company: 302.227.1337