Indiana Renewable Energy Association (InREA) is established for the purpose of representing businesses which produce and consumers who use renewable energy throughout the State of Indiana.
InREA is an Indiana non-profit organization that focuses on service and public education awareness.
InREA will promote the use of renewable energy technologies, environmental sustainability, and economic development in the State of Indiana.
About Indiana Renewable Energy Association
Indiana Renewable Energy Association (InREA) was founded in Indianapolis at Green Way Supply on Wednesday evening, January 16, 2008, on the eve of a hearing on HB 1102 to establish a Renewable Electricity Standard (RES) for Indiana Electric utilities. The hearing was scheduled before the House Commerce and Utilities Committee chaired by Rep. Dave Crooks (D-Washington). Founding members of the association testified in support of this proposed legislation, as well as proposed legislation on net metering and interconnection rules.
InREA was established for the purpose of representing businesses that produce and consumers who use renewable energy throughout Indiana. InREA promotes the use of renewable energy technologies through public education.