Looking ahead: Energy spotlight at Sustainable West Seattle

In late January, we showed you that video of the Jellyfish Wind Appliance, along with word that its West Seattle inventor Chad Maglaque is among the entrants in a Google-sponsored competition. Google subsequently pushed back its announcement of the 100 finalists (who’ll be put to a public vote) till March 17, and today we know that the day BEFORE that announcement, Maglaque will be among the speakers at Sustainable West Seattle‘s next meeting — next Monday, March 16. Energy will be in the spotlight, with the program also including reps from Seattle City Light and Northwest Sustainable Energy for Economic Development. SWS meets next Monday, 7 pm, Camp Long Lodge. (And a reminder – applications are being taken now for exhibitors and sponsors for the 2nd annual Sustainable West Seattle Festival, 10 am-3 pm May 3rd in The Junction; find out more here.)

2 Replies to "Looking ahead: Energy spotlight at Sustainable West Seattle"

  • Mike March 11, 2009 (4:53 pm)

    Very cool, this type of innovation will help make continued progress in using less natural resources and alleviate the need for dams.

  • Kara March 11, 2009 (6:33 pm)

    I WANT IT!

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