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Alliance for Environmental Sustainability

949 Wealthy St, #201
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
616-458-6733
www.alliancees.org

The Alliance for Environmental Sustainability educates home builders and the general consumer in green, energy efficient residential construction theory and practice. A variety of seminars are offered; The Energy Star program, green roofs, mold remediation, and much more. Memberships to AES are available by category.

The Energy Center at Northwestern University College

1701 E. Front St.
Traverse City, MI 49686
231 995-1701
www.nmc.edu/ees/energycenter/

The Michigan Energy Demonstration Center at Northwestern Michigan College stimulates discussion of energy issues and alternatives among the area's energy stakeholders. We provide training and exhibits for energy efficient design and construction methods with a particular focus on state of the art, cold climate constuction methods. We also have training opportunites on solar and wind power systems and alternative fuels.

Environmental House

2420 S. Industrial Hwy
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
734-662-6288
www.environmentalhouse.org

The Environmental House Energy and Green Building Resource Center is mission driven to increase consumer and industry awareness of and improve standards and practices relating to indoor air quality, effective energy use, and resource use in new and existing buildings. We provide free consulting services on construction and home improvement projects, free information tour, and a resource library.

Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association

257 South Bridge Street
Dimondale, MI 48821
517-646-6269
www.glrea.org

GLREA is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1991 to provide education to the public in the fields of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable development. At the GLREA Energy Demonstration Center you can view the Traveling Renewable Energy Display, review our library, take a tour, attend the PV Certification Training Program, attend a seminar, and more!

WARM Training Center

4835 Michigan Avenue
Detroit, MI 48210
313-894-1030
www.warmtraining.org

WARM Training Center has been working in the Detroit area on issues related to sustainable community development for 25 years. WARM promotes the development of resource efficient, affordable and healthy homes and communities through education, training, and technical assistance. WARM offers a variety of educational seminars, consulting services, energy audits, and many resoureces both online and at its office.

Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center

2375 Indian Lake Road
Oxford, MI 48370
248-693-1021
www.uheac.org

Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center was born of a desire to explore and teach ways to live in more sustainable relationships with the natural environment. The facility is a model of renewable energy and ecological design principles at work. The center offers programs and workshops on a variety of subjects ranging from energy conservation and renewable energy to holistic health and indigenous wisdom.

Michigan Energy Options

Main Office
405 Grove Street,
East Lansing, MI 48823
517-337-0422

Branch Office
205 S. Front Street, Suite 2F
Marquette, MI 49855
906-226-1136

www.michiganenergyoptionns.org

Michigan Energy Options is a results driven non-profit focused on promoting and implementing quality energy-efficiency and sustainability programming. Since the organizationís founding in 1978 under the name, Urban Options, Michigan Energy Options has provided solutions for Michigan residences and businesses that save energy, the bottom line and the planet.