Green Energy Field Day at Queen’s Park to feature former Toronto mayor David Miller
Friday, September 23rd 2011 9:37:49am
This Saturday, September 24th, the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (www.ontario-sea.org) will be hosting a Green Energy Field Day event at Queen's Park.
The event is part of OSEA's province-wide, doors-open Green Energy Field Day, where green energy projects will be showcased in cities across the province. It is on September 24th to link up with the global Moving Planet day - a day to move beyond fossil fuels and celebrate sustainable energy.
The Queen's Park event includes:
• 11 AM Bike Clinic
• 12 PM Information Booths Open
• 12:30 PM All Wheels Ride
• 2 PM Keynote Presentation by David Miller
• WattsNext? Video Contest Winner Announced
• Solar Powered Live Entertainment
Other Green Energy Field Day projects in Toronto include events at the Evergreen Brick Works, the Toronto Zoo, a solar panel installation on Lake Shore Boulevard, and the Archetype Sustainable House at the Kortright Centre for Conservation.
For more information about this event and a full list of all Green Energy Field Day events, see: www.wattsnext.ca/events
12:00 P.M - 6:00 P.M.
Saturday, September 24th
Where: Queen's Park, Toronto
For more information, please contact:
Nicole Risse, 416.977.4441 x 5205, firstname.lastname@example.org
See OSEA's pro-renewable energy TV ads at: http://tiny.cc/oseatvspots
The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) works to initiate, facilitate and support the work of local sustainable energy organizations through membership services and province wide capacity-building and non-partisan policy work. It promotes the benefits of Community Power and renewable energy through advocacy, public outreach and capacity building.