KILOWATT OURS – A Plan to Re-Energize America

w/ SPECIAL GUEST: Filmmaker Jeff Barrie

Saturday, January 21st ( 5:30 pm – 9pm )

Cost: $5 – $10 suggested donation

FOOD: This event includes a potluck so please bring refreshments to share with others from the community.Note: this event will be held partially outdoors, so please dress warmly!

EVENT: This will not be your ordinary film screening! The event will be as low energy as possible. Alternative lighting sources, biodiesel burning oil lamps and candles will provide light, green, renewable energy sources will be used to power the electronics needed for film projection.The film screening will be followed by Q&A session with filmmaker.

Film Synopsis:Kilowatt Ours reveals the often un reported consequences of our predominantly coal and nuclear powered economy. The film opens with Vice President Dick Cheney’s energy policy speech in which Cheney makes the claim that America needs nearly 1900 new power plants in the next 20 years to meet projected electricity demands. From here, filmmaker Jeff Barrie takes viewers on a journey from the coal mines of West Virginia to the solar panel fields of Florida, as he discovers solutions to America’s energy related problems. Along the way, Jeff and his wife Heather share a plan to eliminate their use of coal and nuclear power at home by employing energy conservation, efficiency and clean, affordable renewable power. Through their learning experience, viewers discover how they can save hundreds of dollars annually on energy bills.

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