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Clay Sterling

Midwest Renewable Energy Association

Clay works with educational institutions, local organizations, and business owners to arrange contract trainings throughout the Midwest. In other words, Clay brings the MREA to you! He has been instructing both PV and wind workshops at the MREA for over 10 years.

Clay has a a construction background gained from working in his family’s plumbing shop and working 9 years as a commercial electrician on large construction projects. He has a Bachelors of Science degree from University-Stevens Point in Resource Management with an emphasis on Environmental Education. In 2009, KEEP named him the Non-Formal Energy Educator of the Year. In between wrangling MREA workshops, Clay cares for his growing colony of sea monkeys.