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The Ozarks New Energy, or “One” Conference, will start tomorrow and end on Friday. It’s the third year for the conference. KSMU’s Adam Hammons reports.
According to its website, the One Conferences started in February of 2008 to build awareness of alternative energy resources and technology.
The One Conference will be held in the Plaster Student Union Theater on the Missouri State campus starting at 8 am.
Presenters from across the nation will speak throughout both days on topics for finding new and better energy resources. There will also be workshops, field trips, an alternative car show, and other energy-related demonstrations. Demonstrations of a steam engine and solar power will be on hand.
Candidates for Kit Bond’s senate seat will also be there to talk about Missouri and U.S. energy plans. Democrat Robin Carnahan will talk at 9 am on Thursday and Republican Roy Blunt will talk at 3 pm on Friday.
To see the conference, attendees will have to pay at the door. It’s 75 dollars for both days, 45 for one day, or 25 for a single session.
For more information go to www.ozarksenergy.org.
For KSMU News, I’m Adam Hammons.