Sunday, June 01, 2008

Green Energy Workshop in Wilmington on Monday

For those whose interest in energy policy runs to more practical matters, State Rep. Gerald Brady and the Delaware Energy Office are hosting a green energy workshop in Wilmington Monday night at 6:30 p.m. at the Delaware Center for Horticulture, 1810 N. DuPont Street:
Scott Lynch of the Delaware Energy Office will provide information and answer questions on available state and federal assistance; alternative energy systems, including solar and geothermal; and practical ideas that we can all use to save money while conserving energy. The meeting is free and open to the public.
“The Delaware Energy Office is working diligently to provide useful information and assistance to environmentally-conscious and cost-conscious Delawareans,” Rep. Brady said. "Those who have attended previous workshops have learned how to both save significant money while going green at the same time."
For further information, contact Rep. Gerald Brady at (302) 229-0147 (home) or (302) 577-5313 (legislative office).
In the meanwhile, if you're interested in some smart blogging about wind power, kavips has posted Chapter 8 in an ongoing series, Windpower for Dummies.


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