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Alternative Energy Producers meetup Feb 29th, Brunswick

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Our next meeting:
The Brunswick Alternative Energy Producer's February Meetup

This February event promises to potentially be a very newsworthy one.
The NAVY BASE Redevelopment Authority is obtaining $200k from the Maine Technology Institute and matching it with $285k of leftover planning money to plan an 'alternative' energy complex at the Base.
Either Steve levesque or his deputy will make an informal presentation on the details and a role we can play in shaping the study.

When?
Friday, Feb 29, 2008, 5:00 to 7:00 PM
Where?
Frontier Café, Maine St
Fort Andross upper rear, table or lounge.
Brunswick, ME 04011
Event fee
$2.00 per person

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY PRODUCER?S MEETUP GROUP
Meet other people interested in making or installing Alternative Energy home power plants and are committed to demonstrating sustainability by generating their own energy from native renewable resources!
Our group will provide you hands on learning essential to designing your home's or businesses alt. energy system, and how to recycle/shop for components and consultants.
The focus is on Generating energy using sustainable native resources Inexpensively using rebuilt and other recycled components:
o Design & layout solar, hydro, wind, & biodigester based power plants.
o Access a global resource base of experts and experimenters from New Zealand to Nepal and Ireland.
o Visit sites and explore the pro's and con's, costs, etc. with the owner/builder.
o We will review technology which won't even be on the market for a year, like WHISPERGEN 'appliances' that convert wood chips into electricity in a machine the size of a dishwasher or a solar power 'trailer' for use at your camp or this amazing microwind power generator.
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