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Altwheels organizes a festival every fall about alternative transportation. A great place to see classic and novel automobiles and human-powered vehicles. They are well-connected to many manufacturers, transport agencies, and a few ed. institutions.
- ASES - The American Solar Energy Society
The American Solar Energy Society organizes the national solar energy conference and the National Solar Tour, both annual.
- Building Energy
Organized by the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association. Takes place every late winter in Boston.
- Connecticut Electrathon
High school and college competition of minimal human-scale electric race cars.
- Energy Generation Conference - Bismarck, North Dakota
Annual conference held over 30 times, drawing companies and technical educators from the North Plains region and beyond.
EnergyPath is an annual conference for those interested in renewable and sustainable energy and technologies, organized by the Sustainable Energy Fund. In 2015, the conference is held in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Fun With Energy: Jeff Boyer Productions
Jeff Boyer Productions gives interactive and theatrical presentations, including one called "Fun With Energy." Works across North America, originally from near Albany, New York, USA.
- Green Built Tour New Mexico
New Mexico chapter of the US Green Building Council organizes this spring set of tours of buildings, both residential and commercial.
- Green Grand Prix
An annual economical and environmentally friendlier vehicle event. A road race for street-legal cars, and exhibits of specialty vehicles at a great social event at legendary Watkins Glen, NY.
- Junior Solar Sprint Northeast
Up to 2011, The Northeast Solar Energy Association annually organized a championship race for shoebox-size solar cars built by teams of middle-school students. The site also listed local races. The championship was usually accompanied by a fair on the Museum Quadrangle, featuring organizations concerned with sustainability.
- KidsBuild! at Boston Society of Architects
KidsBuild! is a program of the Boston Society of Architects Foundation. It is an annual event where kids design and learn about the built environment.
- North Country Energy Fair
An annual fair and tour of homes, in northern New York State.
- Rhode Island Sustainable Living Festival & Re...
- Solar Decathlon
The Solar Decathlon brings college and university teams from around the globe to DC to compete to design and build houses that demonstrate the advantages of a solar lifestyle. Site includes list of teaching resources.
- SolarFest: The New England Renewable Energy F...
- Young Scientist Innovation Fair
An annual fair in San Diego, CA, where students identify and then offer a solution to a problem in energy conservation, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and/or decreasing impacts on the environment.