The Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia

Sustainable Energy: Reality or No Future

Where:
K.C. Irving Environmental Science Centre, Wolfville
Date:
Thu. March 1, 2018
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Details:
Please join us for this free Lunchtime Learning session presented by Acadia Lifelong Learning.

We must all accept our over consumption, the problems therein, our energy misinformation, and work to save our future. Discussion abounds around energy conservation in our homes and all our activities, our sources of energy, and efficient energy use. Production must transition to wind and solar both for grid supply and self generation for our homes, personal transport and recreational activities. Battery storage for commercial and home scale electricity is now available and expanding rapidly. Working examples of above considerations are included in this presentation. We conclude by looking at our future based on scientific evidence and what we must accomplish to save ourselves.

Ed Sulis worked in the mining industry across Canada in construction and installation. The last 20 years was with Dome Mine, a major gold producer in South Porcupine ON, as maintenance manager. During this time they expanded three times, much of the work designed and completed by their own crews. Dome was always profitable - they could buy the best equipment, and they concentrated on automation and energy saving. A better and more rewarding job he could not imagine.
Cost:
Free
Email:
allinfo@acadiau.ca
Phone:
(902) 585-1434
Website:
all.acadiau.ca/all-home.html

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