Plug-in Hybrids: Smart Strategies for Reducing Pollution—Why Location and Charging Time Matter
Please join us on January 20th at 10:00 a.m. for a special webinar briefing featuring ELPC Executive Director Howard Learner and Policy Advocate Madeleine Weil about how strategies for locations and time-of charging are necessary to make plug-in hybrid vehicles a key part of the solution to global warming pollution problems.
Plug-in hybrid vehicles are next-generation clean cars that run primarily on electricity. Smart strategies focus on tapping into low-carbon and low-cost electricity supplies to charge these cars in order to reduce global warming pollution and dependence on foreign oil. Northern Illinois is one of the best potential markets for plug-in hybrids, and ELPC is focusing on coalition building and strategies to create centers for these clean cars and green jobs of the future.
Women in Film Chicago Presents
from 8-9pm, FREE appetizers, a DJ, FREE raffle prizes, and networking with lots of your peers.
- Professional Membership – regularly $250 – get it for $200
- General Membership – regularly $125 – get it for $100
- Student Membership – regularly $35 – get it for $28
DATE:Thursday, January 28, 2010
PLACE: The Underground
56 W. Illinois Street, Chicago, IL 60
Non-Members – PREPAY ONLINE AND SAVE
Dank Haus Presents
Historic DANK-Haus at 4740 N. Western Avenue in Chicago’s Lincoln Square neighborhood. 1/2 block from the Western station on the CTA Brown Line. Parking considerations provided at MB Financial bank lot when bank closed only in the lot near McDonalds at Western and Gunnison. Our programs are partially supported by a City Arts Program I grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs.
German Cinema Now – Friday, Jan. 22 at 7 p.m.: Your favorite contemporary films with English subtitles will be the 4th Friday of every month in 2010.