What we're about

The mission of the Colorado Renewable Energy Society (CRES) is to lead Colorado to an energy efficient and renewable energy economy through education, policy advancement, and economic development.

The Metro Denver chapter of CRES serves the greater Denver area. MDCRES works to increase awareness of the economic and environmental benefits of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies. We host meetings and events to help members and the public connect with the ideas and people that make renewable energy and energy efficiency happen.

Ways to stay connected to MDCRES:

https://www.cres-energy.org/metro-denver-mdcres/ (http://cres-energy.org/)

YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr81EUb2qVJVfmmlJMxEHVw

Upcoming events (1)

Going (mostly) Car-Free is Easier Than You Think

Needs a location

Robbie and David have become almost entirely car free-- accidentally! Hear about their journey from car-centered to (mostly) car-free, along with challenges, pleasant surprises, lessons learned and silly anecdotes. Intended to foster discussion, so bring your thoughts, ideas and biases!

Speaker Bios:

David Millis is a professional nerd, who's passions include residential solar energy, alternate modes of transportation, and his wife, Robbie. He is a member of the Colorado Renewable Energy Society's Policy Team, and lives in the Five Points neighborhood, near downtown Denver.

Robbie Hobein is a Swiss Army Knife kinda gal, whose expertise includes middle school band & orchestra teacher, cybersecurity analyst and software sales engineer. She is a fierce advocate for equality, safer streets, climate action and her family (including David and her senior cats, Charlie and Lucy).

Past events (221)

Energy Industry and the Inflation Reduction Act

This event has passed

Find us also at