Talk on solar power in Kamloops on April 19, 2017
Michael from Sweet Spot Solar will be be a speaker at the Big Little Science Centre in Kamloops this Wednesday at 7PM.
Science Centre Lecture Series at the BIG Little Science Centre, free entry
Doors open at 6:30pm, lecture at 7pm. For older children and adults. Refreshments served.
Solar Power in the 21st Century: Roads, Planes, Buildings and Fields
Dr. Michael Mehta, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at Thompson Rivers University
Dr. Mehta will review the current state of solar power, discuss various applications, and profile Canada’s first solar road which is being built here in Kamloops on the campus of TRU. In British Columbia we have very good solar conditions, and in the interior our 2000 hours per year of sunlight surpass solar powerhouse nations, like Germany, by 25%. Many people are surprised to learn that even coastal communities like Vancouver and Vancouver Island do indeed work well with solar. Solar power is changing the world of energy production, and people and governments are beginning to take notice.
FREE ENTRY! Everyone is invited to attend. Wheelchair accessible. The BIG Little Science Centre is a not-for-profit, registered charity, dedicated to creating a passion for science.
For more information please contact Susan Hammond: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 250-554-2572.