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EVents/2007 04 27

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Then just list them in a gallery block.
Image:PIC0001.JPG|Caption for photo
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Franklin PUD's Alternative Energy Expo in Pasco, WA

The exhibit will be at the Washington Institute for Science Education S/T building at Columbia Basin College in Pasco. Exhibits are 9:30 – 4:00 on Fri. 4/27 and 10:00 – 4:00 on Sat. 4/28. The Expo will have over 700 5th graders attend on 4/27 and the general public on April 28. This is the 5th year of the Expo. Blue, Ryans PHEV Prius will be there on Friday but can't stay for Saturday.

Pasco, WA, 99301

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Blue at the EVent
Blue and some Wind Power

EAA-PHEV:PriusBlue_EVents#Friday_April.2C_27 PriusBlue attended the Franklin PUD's Alternative Energy Expo in Pasco, WA and attempted to help many bus loads of grade school students learn what a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle is and why their parents should get one. Many of them thought it was "cool" and many others offered to buy it for $5, which was mighty tempting ;)

After the show Ryan and Blue took a side trip to check out the PUD's nine canyon road wind farm with it's many 60 meter (200 foot) 1330 kW turbines, each produces enough electric power for about 30,000 PHEV miles each day (1330 kW * 24 hours * 0.32 annual yield * 3 miles per kWh).