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(September 21–25, 2005)

Mike Posehn

California ISO Control Center

Roberto Portolese


Kortright Centre for Conservation, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

September 23, 2005, 2:30 PM

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© 2005 Roberto Portolese Studio, All Rights Reserved.

Now is the time to go green!

Only a few ingredients, Nature, Sun and Photovoltaic modules.

This Panorama was taken at the Korthright Centre for Conservation, along the Power Trip Trail, a 1.6 km trail, with samples and demostrations of renewable energy and energy efficient technologies.

Photovoltaic modules convert the sun's light energy directly into electricity which can be used to operate a variety of household electrical appliances.

Solar photovoltaic (PV) modules were first used in outer space and have since evolved as a reliable source of power on earth.
Canadian Solar Industries Association - http://www.cansia.ca

Kortright Centre for Conservation - http://www.kortright.org - http://www.trca.on.ca

Renewable and Electrical Energy Division- Energy Resources Branch - Natural Resources Canada - http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/redi

CANMET Energy Diversification Research Laboratory - Natural Resources Canada http://cedrl.mets.nrcan.gc.ca

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