- My solar panels are fine but the wind turbine (Bergey XL-1) was blown down. It must have been a mini twister rather than the wind gusts. John Gardner ... From:Message 1 of 2 , Sep 23, 2008View SourceMy solar panels are fine but the wind turbine (Bergey XL-1) was blown down. It must have been a mini twister rather than the wind gusts.John Gardner----- Original Message ----
From: Michael Ewert <mkewert@...>
Sent: Monday, September 22, 2008 8:38:47 PM
Subject: [hreg] FW: Free Water For Roundup Visitors
Don’t forget the RE Roundup this weekend in Fredericksburg . I’m sure they have electrical power, which Houstonians will appreciate about now.
By the way, how did those of you with solar panels or wind turbines fare during and after the storm?
From: Lucy Stolzenburg [mailto:lucysburg@ austin.rr. com]
Sent: Friday, September 19, 2008 1:21 PM
Subject: Free Water For Roundup Visitors
Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair
September 26 - 28 Downtown Fredericksburg , TX
Fri 12-6, Sat 9-6, Sun 9-3
owner of Greenling, speaking on Organic and Local Food as a Part of Sustainability
Friday, 5 - 6 pm
author of When Technology Fails, speaking on Self-Reliance & Building a Sustainable Future,
Saturday 1-2 pm
PETER PFEIFFER, FAIA speaking on Green Building by Design--Not by Device,
Sunday Noon-1 pm
for your sponsorship contribution!
other major contributors include:
Austin Energy Green Building Program, BP America, KGSR Radio, San Antonio Current, KRNH Radio
Free Water @ Roundup
That's Right! The Roundup Committee has been working hard to find a solution to plastic bottled water. We are striving to have less waste than ever and thus have eliminated 'plastic' bottled water from the event. We are asking that you to either purchase on site a souvenir stainless steel water container or BYOC (bring your own cup). Thanks to Pure Quality Water for providing the set up for onsite free filtered water.
We need your help...
Please, please, please... we need volunteers. It takes more help than ever to make this event happen. Spread the word to your friends and neighbors, volunteering has it's advantages.
Click here to sign up or call 877-376-8638 to get more information.
Help out for a 4-hour shift and get an organic cotton 2008 Roundup tee shirt, a $16 value, and a 3-day pass to the event, a $20 value.
Green Mountain Energy has generously supported the Roundup by sponsoring renewable energy credits for the first 100 people who sign up. This opportunity will provide you, as a volunteer, with a way to take action and support the move toward renewable energy options in Texas . Volunteers will earn renewable energy credits toward reducing their own carbon foot print.
Need accommodations please click the link to visit the Convention & Visitor Bureau's Website, they have a full list of accommodations for the area. www.fredtexlodging. com.
Share a ride to the fair, or a room in town, please post a notice and start a discussion on our public forum, click here.
We look forward to seeing you at the Roundup!
Contact our office at
roundup@txses. org or call 877-376-8638 if you have any questions.