Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Electric Vehicle Powered Screening of "Who Killed the Electric Car?"

This is an event you won't want to miss!

Jenean Smith, group organizer of LA/OC Alternative Energy Meetup Group had originally come up with the idea of screening thought provoking films regularly in city parks. This lead to the idea of using electric vehicles to power the projection and sound equipment. David Shafie, another member of LA/OC Alternative Energy, has used his political professor power to persuade the school, Chapman University, in which he teaches at to host the screening. Doug Korthof, an advocate of renewable energy, member of Plug In America and a star from the film itself will be bringing his Toyota Rav4 EV to power the screening.

Arrive as early as 5 or 6 to check out electric vehicles, talk to their owners and any other vendors of renewable energy that join the event.

Film will start at 7:30pm and will be followed by some Q & A.

Join LA/OC Alternative Energy Meetup Group to stay informed of any detail changes

Event is scheduled for April 2nd, 2008 at 7:30pm
Chapman University
One University Drive
Orange, CA 92866


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Kelly said...

Great post! If I lived in OC I would definitely attend the event.

Also, take a look at this site- where they are giving $10,000 for "going green" ideas.

This is the link-

Evan Little said...

Cool contest. I'm sure Ed Begley, Jr. will have a great time judging in his short shorts.

I heard that in the 80s one of the oil companies, maybe Arco, had a big to do about new energy ideas. They challenged the American people to mail in their ideas and paid one dollar for each idea. Any ideas of value were most likely licensed by the oil company and locked away.