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National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Days - Pathway to Energy Independence
Then come OCTOBER, there is going to be a really BIG thing called
the National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Days
"Pathway to Energy Independence" October 13th and 14th. at Shoreline Com. College.
Thank you for reminding us of this very important EV-ent.
We are "penciled in" to participate. In the END it is up to the time available
of the individual members and their cars.. But as President.. I will be Pushing
Jeromy Kostner wrote:
> NEW! ADVANCED ENERGY CONFERENCE EXHIBIT/SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITY
> Please join us in the upcoming 2006 Washington State Odyssey Days, a major
> alternative energy/sustainable living educational event on October 13-14,
> 2006 from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM at Shoreline Community College (SCC), co-hosted
> by Puget Sound Clean Cities Coalition.
> This local two-day Odyssey event – part of an international biennial event
> in 50+ cities across the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Germany – will empower the
> public to understand the role of climate change and the importance and
> urgency of choosing cleaner energy, conservation, and advanced technology
> to reduce fossil fuel energy use and cut greenhouse gas emissions.
> Odyssey Days will present the latest in seminars, exhibits and innovation
> in three areas:
> * Global Warming & You: Your Actions DO Count!
> * Alternative Fuels & Energy Security
> * Sustainable Development & Clean Technology
> To learn more about this event, please visit http://www.shoreline.edu/odyssey
> Watch for event details and agenda to be posted soon.
> BEAT THE SEPTEMBER 8th SPONSORSHIP / EXHIBITOR DEADLINE!
> Space is limited and the event is only weeks away. Contact us now – by
> September 8, 2006 – for early sponsorship opportunities and for best
> placement of your booth.
> Odyssey Days sponsors and exhibitors will share the latest in “green”
> environmentally-sound practical solutions for Pacific Northwest consumers,
> corporations, non-governmental organizations, municipal groups, and more,
> showcasing the latest in innovative technology and best practices that
> honor the environment and provide healthier alternatives.
> Is your goal to reach, inform and inspire environmentally conscious consumers
> and clients – private or public? If so, Odyssey Days sponsorship at levels
> ranging from $250 to $10,000 and offering year-round promotion may be right
> for you. Let’s talk.
> Just complete the attached Odyssey Days Exhibitor Registration Form and
> return by mail, fax or in person with your payment by early September as
> described on the attached form. We’ll do everything we can to place your
> booth, demonstration or presentation in the best “light” (literally!).
> WHY SHORELINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE?
> SCC is Washington State's only National Training Center for Alternative Fuels
> and Advanced Technology Vehicles, providing the Pacific Northwest with locally
> administered, standardized consumer education and technical training and
> certification through the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium to
> further the adoption of biofuels, hybrid electric and fuel cell vehicles,
> and light and heavy duty vehicles powered by alternative energy sources.
> SCC’s NEW LEED PLATINUM “ZERO ENERGY” SOLAR HOME
> SCC is also the new site for an award-winning "zero energy" modular home
> the only LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum building
> located on a Washington State college campus – designed and built by WSU energy
> research students and powered by solar energy. From this new permanent
> location, the Northwest Solar Center will begin offering interactive tours
> during Odyssey Days to show the benefits of solar electricity – including
> systems designed to work in cloudy climates and programs to make solar modules
> ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP
> SCC is a founding member of the Seattle Climate Partnership, an alliance of
> the region’s most influential employers leading the Greater Seattle community
> toward the complementary goals of reduced regional greenhouse gas emissions
> and increased economic competitiveness. Building on these innovations, SCC
> has launched an Environmental Leadership Initiative, “Sustaining Our Community
> through Mindful Choices," promoting environmental stewardship throughout the
> college and furthering its mission to educate students and the community
> regarding alternative energy resources.
> WHO'S COMING TO ODYSSEY DAYS?
> We anticipate 1000+ people at 2006 Washington State Odyssey Days to take
> advantage of "How To" and "Hands-On" exhibits, educational talks by experts,
> special demonstrations, fun events, and test drives of advanced technology
> vehicles. All events are free and open to the public, with two days of
> seminars targeted for three main audiences:
> * Fleet managers charged with “greening” their fleets
> * Public and private organizations, educational groups, and the
> general public looking for ways to reduce their carbon "footprint"
> in response to climate change and global warming
> * Investors and service providers committed to moving emerging
> "niche" clean energy technology into wider mainstream marketability
> Join us and bring your organization’s profile to the forefront of this
> exciting event. Learn about the local impacts of climate change and share
> your own best practices at Odyssey Days as we build a socially,
> environmentally, and economically healthier region.
> Thank you for your attention and support for this local action event.
> Please contact Madhuri Hosford, Odyssey Days Coordinator (see below),
> for further information on how you can participate.
> Warm regards,
> Jeromy Kostner
> Program Consultant
> 2006 Washington State Odyssey Days - "Driving Toward the EverGreener State"
> email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
> on behalf of:
> Madhuri R. Hosford
> Advanced Automotive Program Coordinator
> 2006 Washington State Odyssey Days - "Driving Toward the EverGreener State"
> October 13 - 14, 2006
> Shoreline Community College
> 206.478.6621 mobile
> email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>