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Saturday, August 16, 2008
11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Northeast Ohio Green Energy Expo

Green Energy Ohio, The John S. Knight Center, the Akron Community Foundation and community sponsors & partners are bringing The Northeast Ohio Green Energy Expo to Akron.  The Northeast Ohio Green Energy Expo is focused around energy efficiency and renewable energy.  Hear from an keynote speaker, attend numerous consumer-oriented presentations, get information on opportunities in the green collar job industry, and interact with local and regional companies and organizations representing the clean energy sector. A variety of activities will be available for any interest level for those who are eager to learn more about renewable energy and energy efficiency's crucial role in Ohio's economic future.  For more information visit:  http://www.greenenergyohio.org/page.cfm?pageId=1728Green Energy Ohio, The John S. Knight Center, the Akron Community Foundation and community sponsors & partners are bringing The Northeast Ohio Green Energy Expo to Akron.  The Northeast Ohio Green Energy Expo is focused around energy efficiency and renewable energy.  Hear from an keynote speaker, attend numerous consumer-oriented presentations, get information on opportunities in the green collar job industry, and interact with local and regional companies and organizations representing the clean energy sector. A variety of activities will be available for any interest level for those who are eager to learn more about renewable energy and energy efficiency's crucial role in Ohio's economic future.  For more information visit:  http://www.greenenergyohio.org/page.cfm?pageId=1728

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