SOLAR AND WIND EXPO PRESS CONFERENCE

Will explore highlights of the Expo, provide interview and photo opportunities

The news media is invited to a press conference to kick off The Solar and Wind Expo at the State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Md., on Friday, May 13-15, 10 a.m.


Knowledgeable experts on renewable technologies will be available for interview and photo opportunities including representatives from national and regional organizations such as Astrum Solar, Standard Solar, the Maryland Clean Energy Center, Maryland Energy Administration, Kenergy Solar, ATech Energy, and more. And nationally known Chelsea Sexton, the electric vehicle's top advocate and star of the popular "Who Killed the Electric Car" documentary film, will say a few words in advance of her keynote address on Saturday, May 14.

"The Solar and Wind Expo is bringing the public the latest news and information regarding green energy," said Solar and Wind Expo Executive Director George Lopez, addressing consumers who will attend the Expo. "There will be something for everybody. Your questions will be answered and you'll learn about affordable new technologies on the market now."

The Solar and Wind Expo at the State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Md., runs May 13-15, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. daily.

The Solar and Wind Expo received accolades from Expo attendees and exhibitors in May 2010 when it brought top-quality clean energy advocates to consumers in the east coast region. This year's Expo promises to do so again and to reach out to professionals in the field as well.

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