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RE: posters

Please take a look at the attached web site for GEET Technology.  I have examined the hardware at a demonstration for the engineering Department at a local College.  The technology was not completely verified, however, I think it deserves further analysis by our P2 Community.  If this actually works, the rewards would too monumental to calculate. (I have no personal interest in it.)  Please let me know what you think.  Thanks.
            http://www.friend.ly.net/GEET/ <http://www.friend.ly.net/GEET/> 

-----Original Message-----
From: Hill, Lin [mailto:lhill@des.state.nh.us]
Sent: Friday, March 24, 2000 11:16 AM
To: 'p2tech@great-lakes.net'
Subject: posters

Some of you may have seen Warren Leon's presentation in Boston.
Lin K Hill
-----Original Message-----
From: Karlene Burger [mailto:kburger@nesea.org]
Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2000 3:19 PM
To: Karlene Burger

FREE DAY EARTH 2000 POSTERS <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) is producing a set of four eye-catching full-color posters dealing with the Earth Day 2000 theme of "Clean Energy." These 24x36-inch posters are designed to encourage people to take steps to change America's current overreliance on polluting fossil fuels and to realize that exciting, practical, clean energy alternatives exist in electricity generation, cars, and building practices. 

The first of the posters is especially striking because it features a photo of a family surrounded by a year's supply of the average American household's coal and oil use (nearly 5,000 pounds of coal and more than 1,000 gallons of gasoline). The four posters are titled:

--Earth Day 2000: Greening Up Our Act

--Green Cars: The Revolution Has Started!

--Green Electricity: We Need to Choose It

--Green Buildings: Five Rules to Remember 

We will provide a free set of the four posters (while supplies last) to individuals and organizations in the Northeast (New England and the Mid-Atlantic States) who agree to display the posters in a public location (at an Earth Day event or in a library, business, school, college, or community center). If you would like a free poster set, please contact Karlene Burger at NESEA by e-mail (  <mailto:kburger@nesea.org> kburger@nesea.org) or phone (413-774-6051 ext. 10) and tell her where we should send the posters and where you will display them. Organizations can request multiple sets of the posters if you tell us all the locations where you will display them.

Because the posters will be attractive and informative, we know that some people will also want them for their own personal use. If you would like a set for yourself, please send a check for $12 to Posters, NESEA, 50 Miles Street, Greenfield, MA 01301. 

People and organizations outside the Northeast can also purchase poster sets for $12. And organizations can purchase multiple sets of the posters at reduced rates for resale.

These posters are made possible by the financial support of the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund ( www.ctinnovations.com <http://www.ctinnovations.com> ), the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority ( www.nyserda.org <http://www.nyserda.org> ), and the Massachusetts Division of Energy Resources ( www.state.ma.us/doer <http://www.state.ma.us/doer> ). 

Please distribute this announcement to other people and organizations who may be interested in obtaining a free set of the posters.