Georgia’s Energy Potential: Policy, Alternatives, and Long-Term Solutions, 17th Annual Red Clay Conference

The Red Clay Conference was held April 1, 2005 at the University of Georgia School of Law.


Georgia’s energy policy and future alternatives were the focus of the 17th annual Red Clay Conference. The conference included panel discussions on sustainable development and energy use, hydroelectric power, alternative fuels for mobile sources of pollution and the building industry’s response to the new Georgia energy code.

energy_advocate.pdf (91 kB)
Red Clay Focuses on Georgia's Energy Potential, The Advocate, Spring/Summer 2005, Vol. 39, No. 2.

energy_pressrelease.pdf (10 kB)
Red Clay Conference to Focus on Georgia’s Energy Potential, Press Release, 3/18/05