MGSSBF June Forum: Indiana Michigan Power Cook Energy Information Center

MGSSBF June Forum: Indiana Michigan Power Cook Energy Information Center

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Michigan’s Great Southwest Sustainable Business Forum will host a luncheon forum & tour of the Indiana Michigan Power Cook Energy Information Center for its June Forum on Wednesday, June 19. The program will feature a presentation from Indiana Michigan Power and a tour of the Cook Energy Information Center.

The Information Center offers an interactive energy experience that allows guests to Discover the Nature of Power. The centerpiece of the center is a 26-foot 3D rotating model of the plant that shows the intricate workings of DC Cook nuclear power plant. Other features of the information center include: an interactive electricity generation station; exploration of transmission and distribution and how electricity travels to the homes and businesses that use it; and an interactive game visualizing how chain reactions are important in nuclear power production.

Lunch is $17 for members if paid online ($22 at event), $25 for future members ($30 at event).

Tags: community and civic groups, clubs, community, forum, interactive experience

Posted By: Michigan's Great Southwest Sustainable Business Forum

Event Details

Date: June 19, 2019
Time: 11:30am - 1:30pm

Cook Energy Information Center
1 Cook Place
Bridgman MI 49106

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More About this Event Poster: Michigan's Great Southwest Sustainable Business Forum

West Michigan Sustainable Business Forum is a regional collaboration of business, government, non-profits and academia dedicated to promoting business practices that demonstrate environmental stewardship, economic vitality, and social responsibility.

It is the leading organization for practitioners of beyond-compliance sustainability practices in the Midwest, promoting positive community change and operational improvements through education, collaboration and resource development. Principally located in the Greater Grand Rapids area, we have satellite programs in Southwest Michigan and on the Lakeshore.

Now in its third decade, the forum strives to meet emerging needs while leveraging the efforts of an increasingly robust community of vendors and educational initiatives working toward similar goals. We are strategically focused on promoting climate leadership, the creation of a local circular economy, corporate social responsibility, and the growth of sustainable business.

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