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Friends,
Below is the announcement of another Seminar at Pierce Cedar Creek Institute just S of  Hastings, MI.  I encourage you to attend.  You will find the seminar content and the setting much to your liking.  If you haven't yet been to Pierce Cedar Creek, you will be impressed!!  Tom, would you be willing to post this too? 
Regards,
Chuck
 
In a message dated 01/29/2004 10:22:48 AM Eastern Standard Time, perreaultm@cedarcreekinstitute.org writes:
Pierce Cedar Creek Institute, an ecological education center south of Hastings, MI, is hosting a Hydrogen Fuel Cell Seminar on Saturday, March 6 from 8:30 - 3 pm. This one-day seminar will cover: an introduction to hydrogen fuel cells, stationary fuel cells, hydrogen fuel cells in vehicles, and fuel cell infrastructure.  Representatives from the Department of Energy, Daimler Chrysler, Grand Valley State University, and the Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association will be presenting. Conference Registration is only $25 for adults and $10 for students. Lunch is included. Call (269) 721-4190 to register or visit www.cedarcreekinstitute.org for more information.
 
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in energy security and a sustainable energy future
Renewable Energy Advocates
High School, College Students, and Faculty
Anyone interested in new technologies


Chuck,
Can you please post this on your list serve groups that you belong to? Do you think Tom Stanton would be willing to post it on Urban Options? Thanks.
 

Pierce Cedar Creek Institute, an ecological education center south of Hastings, MI, is hosting a Hydrogen Fuel Cell Seminar on Saturday, March 6 from 8:30 - 3 pm. This one-day seminar will cover: an introduction to hydrogen fuel cells, stationary fuel cells, hydrogen fuel cells in vehicles, and fuel cell infrastructure.  Representatives from the Department of Energy, Daimler Chrysler, Grand Valley State University, and the Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association will be presenting. Conference Registration is only $25 for adults and $10 for students. Lunch is included. Call (269) 721-4190 to register or visit www.cedarcreekinstitute.org for more information.
 
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in energy security and a sustainable energy future
Renewable Energy Advocates
High School, College Students, and Faculty
Anyone interested in new technologies