Alliance For Renewable Energy of Laramie

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Our mission

Our mission is to transition our communities to renewable energy based on scientific data, economic fairness, public education, and support.

Our vision

Our vision is a community that sustains its energy needs though renewable and sustainable energy.

Ed Koncel

Ed is a Laramie resident, retired from the Physics faculty of U.W., who is an avid hiker with his dog in the hills around Laramie. He has promoted renewable energy for ARE in numerous public venues and his own 6.90 kW home solar system became active last year.

Eric Krszjzaniek

Eric has been a member of the Laramie community since 2012. Currently, he teaches in the Marketing Department and in the Honors College at the University of Wyoming. Eric also serves on the Environmental Advisory Committee for Albany County. During the summers, he spends his days trying to get lost on public lands while looking for fossils.

Rob Joyce

Rob moved to Laramie in 2007 and has been a conservation and renewables advocate ever since. He works as a conservation organizer for the Sierra Club Wyoming Chapter.

Liza Cuthbert-Millett

Liza moved to Laramie to attend UW and graduate with BS in Zoology and Physiology and complete her MS through the Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. She operates her family's ranch in NE Wyoming and engages on a variety of agricultural and energy issues.

Leo Pueblitz

Leo has been a member of the Laramie community since 1996 and is currently employed by Creative Energies Solar. He is a NABCEP Certified Photovoltaic Associate and also serves as a board member for the Wyoming Solar Energy Association.

Mike Selmer

Mike is co-founder of Wyoming Climate Activists and also a board member of the Progressive Voters Alliance.

Harold Bergman

Harold has been on UW faculty since 1975, he is a Professor of Zoology and Physiology, Energy and the Environment, and the former Director of the Haub School and the Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming.

Madeline Dalrymple

Madeline works by day for the University of Wyoming, and works by evenings and weekends for climate solution organizations.

Joe Schroer

Joe is a life-long educator who is passionate about getting kids outside learning within and about the environment. He is a strong supporter of creating a sustainable energy future for Wyomingites and future generations.

Finn Jackson

Finn is a senior at the University of Wyoming where he is majoring in Environmental Systems Science and Environment & Natural Resources. Finn has been an active member of UW's Sustainability Coalition since the fall of 2018 and is currently a co-leader and zero waste intern for the organization.

To change the future

We advocate for:

  • Laramie to meet its Carbon Neutral by 2050 commitment.
  • Creating a comprehensive carbon emissions reduction plan.
  • Partnerships that help to foster a just transition to renewable energy and energy efficient infrastructure.
  • Provide education and outreach on opportunities for Laramie to¬†
  • A strong stance on the reality of climate change and Wyoming’s changing energy landscape.

Get in touch

We need every voice to ensure Laramie’s sustainable future. Join the movement¬†

Alliance for Renewable Energy in laramie is fully affiliated with Powder River Basin Resource Council and operates under the organization's 501c3 non-profit tax exempt status. All donations for ARE are submitted through Powder River Basin Resource Council and earmarked for ARE.