The Future of Solar Power and a Renovated Celebrezze Building

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Imagine a future where students wear backpacks that can harness the power of the sun. On a Science Cafe edition of The Sound of Ideas, the future of solar power. We'll also examine solar's use today in Northeast Ohio. And later in the program, ideastream's Mark Urycki tells us about a restoration project aimed at making a government building in Cleveland more efficient and safer. 



Science Cafe: Plastic Solar Cells for a Greener Future 

FEATURING: Dr. Geneviève Sauvé, Frank Hovorka Associate Professor in Chemistry

The Music Box Supper Club - Concert Hall

April 11, 2016, Doors will be open 5:30 - 9:00 PM,  Presentation and discussion is 7:00 - 8:00 PM. 


Solarize Cleveland



-Genevieve Sauve, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Case Western Reserve University

-Roger French, Director, Solar Durability and Lifetime Extension Center, Case Western Reserve University

-Andrew Chiarelli, Sustainability Manager, Motorcars Honda/Toyota 

-Matthew Gray, Director, City of Cleveland’s Office of Sustainability

-Hilary Vogelbaum, Hawken Senior

-Mark Urycki, Reporter, ideastream

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