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Kingston and the Islands MPP Candidates to attend Green Energy Field Day event this Saturday at Wolfe Island

Friday, September 23rd 2011 9:29:04am

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Provincial election candidates for Kingston and the Islands, John Gerretsen (Liberal party) and Robert Kiley (Green Party), will be attending the "Celebrate New Energy on Wolfe Island" event this Saturday, September 24th.

The event also includes a kite flying competition, a children's art show, music, solar oven building, farmers market, free lunch, and business showcase.

The Wolfe Island event is part of Ontario's first province-wide, "doors open" Green Energy Field Day, hosted by the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association ( www.ontario-sea.org).

Green energy projects are being showcased across the province, in cities such as Aurora, Burlington, Caledon, Cobden, Hamilton, Orangeville, Reaboro, Sault Ste Marie, Scarborough, Smithville, Toronto, Windsor, and Wolfe Island-Marysville.

Scheduled events range from biogas facility tours to a photovoltaic design and installation course.  

For a full list of events, see:www.wattsnext.ca/events

10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
Saturday, September 24th

Community Centre Grounds, Wolfe Island (self-guide tours)

For more information, please contact:
Nicole Risse, 416.977.4441 x 5205, nicole@ontario-sea.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.