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(d)= document, (p)= podcast, (v)= video | A variety of formats are used and offered for your convenience. When multiple formats are available a resource is listed more than once. | About the Green Energy Summit: Green enterprise in all of its many aspects will be a major component of future economic development – in Wisconsin, the nation and around the globe. | The Green Energy Summit is held each year in March in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and hosted by Milwaukee Area Technical College.

Much of the world is now in the early stages of an historic transition. A transition from economies that accommodate far too much waste and inefficiency and depend too much on fossil fuels to systems that are much more conserving, efficient and sustainable.

The Green Energy Summit recognizes unprecedented opportunities and encourages investment and development in the green sector. We highlight Energy, Water, Lifestyle, Business and Workforce.


The Green Energy Summit’s primary mission is motivation and education of
• professionals, investors and entrepreneurs for opportunities in clean energy and sustainable practices
• workers-in-transition and students to be important players in the future workforce.


*** College Place is a video library of noteworthy presentations, panel discussions and lectures featuring guest speakers and faculty members taped at one of the Milwaukee Area Technical Colleges four southeastern Wisconsin campuses. These videos were taped and produced by students in the colleges associates degree program in Television and Video Production in coordination with Milwaukee Public Television.

Milwaukee Area Technical College students enrolled in the Television and Video Production program have the opportunity to learn and work in the studios of Milwaukee Public Television, a national leader in high-definition production and programming. Students acquire industry-standard skills for broadcast TV, cable, and corporate or commercial video.

This is one of the few programs in the entire country, in which students gain direct, hands-on experience with HDTV production and broadcasting.

2012 Green Energy Summit Milwaukee Area Technical College

    • Science

(d)= document, (p)= podcast, (v)= video | A variety of formats are used and offered for your convenience. When multiple formats are available a resource is listed more than once. | About the Green Energy Summit: Green enterprise in all of its many aspects will be a major component of future economic development – in Wisconsin, the nation and around the globe. | The Green Energy Summit is held each year in March in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and hosted by Milwaukee Area Technical College.

Much of the world is now in the early stages of an historic transition. A transition from economies that accommodate far too much waste and inefficiency and depend too much on fossil fuels to systems that are much more conserving, efficient and sustainable.

The Green Energy Summit recognizes unprecedented opportunities and encourages investment and development in the green sector. We highlight Energy, Water, Lifestyle, Business and Workforce.


The Green Energy Summit’s primary mission is motivation and education of
• professionals, investors and entrepreneurs for opportunities in clean energy and sustainable practices
• workers-in-transition and students to be important players in the future workforce.


*** College Place is a video library of noteworthy presentations, panel discussions and lectures featuring guest speakers and faculty members taped at one of the Milwaukee Area Technical Colleges four southeastern Wisconsin campuses. These videos were taped and produced by students in the colleges associates degree program in Television and Video Production in coordination with Milwaukee Public Television.

Milwaukee Area Technical College students enrolled in the Television and Video Production program have the opportunity to learn and work in the studios of Milwaukee Public Television, a national leader in high-definition production and programming. Students acquire industry-standard skills for broadcast TV, cable, and corporate or commercial video.

This is one of the few programs in the entire country, in which students gain direct, hands-on experience with HDTV production and broadcasting.

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