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Thursday, March 24, 2011
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Go Solar Town Hall

Go Solar Town HallEnvironment Ohio is organizing a town hall meeting on Thursday, March 24 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Cleveland at the Cleveland State University Student Center Atrium on 2121 Euclid Ave. The event will feature a panel of solar advocates, installers, and city officials. It's a chance to ask questions and learn about how you can both go solar yourself and help work toward a solar future for Greater Cleveland. This event is open to the public, so feel free to spread the word to others!RSVP at www.environmentohio.org/action Tentative agenda6:00pm ? 6:15pm Welcome and introductions6:15pm ? 6:30pm Why solar? Environment Ohio?s solar vision ? why we should and how we can get 10 percent of our energy from solar by 2030. Julian Boggs, Environment Ohio6:30pm ? 6:45pm Policy talk ? what the state of Ohio is doing to promote solar; opportunities and obstacles for the future. Ohio State Senator Michael Skindell (tentative)6:45pm ? 7:00pm Local solutions ? how northeast Ohio cities can help homeowners and businesses finance solar projects. Northeast Ohio Special Improvement District7:00pm ? 7:15pm Workforce development ? How we can get Cleveland back to work building a solar future. Alan Frasz, Dovetail Wind & Solar7:15pm ? 7:30pm Sustainable Cleveland 2019 - The community?s complete vision on what a sustainable city means, and how we can get there by the end of the decade. City of Cleveland Office of Sustainability7:30pm - 8:30pm Q & A, open discussion.Go Solar Town HallEnvironment Ohio is organizing a town hall meeting on Thursday, March 24 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Cleveland at the Cleveland State University Student Center Atrium on 2121 Euclid Ave. The event will feature a panel of solar advocates, installers, and city officials. It's a chance to ask questions and learn about how you can both go solar yourself and help work toward a solar future for Greater Cleveland. This event is open to the public, so feel free to spread the word to others!RSVP at www.environmentohio.org/action Tentative agenda6:00pm ? 6:15pm Welcome and introductions6:15pm ? 6:30pm Why solar? Environment Ohio?s solar vision ? why we should and how we can get 10 percent of our energy from solar by 2030. Julian Boggs, Environment Ohio6:30pm ? 6:45pm Policy talk ? what the state of Ohio is doing to promote solar; opportunities and obstacles for the future. Ohio State Senator Michael Skindell (tentative)6:45pm ? 7:00pm Local solutions ? how northeast Ohio cities can help homeowners and businesses finance solar projects. Northeast Ohio Special Improvement District7:00pm ? 7:15pm Workforce development ? How we can get Cleveland back to work building a solar future. Alan Frasz, Dovetail Wind & Solar7:15pm ? 7:30pm Sustainable Cleveland 2019 - The community?s complete vision on what a sustainable city means, and how we can get there by the end of the decade. City of Cleveland Office of Sustainability7:30pm - 8:30pm Q & A, open discussion.

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