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V.I. Energy Office to Show Film on Alternatives

Sept. 26, 2007 – One way the Virgin Islands Energy Office is marking Energy Awareness Month in October is by showing a film on alternative clean energy sources.The national theme is Clean and Green: For a Secure Energy Future.
At the University of the Virgin Islands at 7 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 6, on St. Thomas, there will be a showing of a "Nova" film, "Saved by the Sun," which emphasizes how solar energy is becoming the economical alternative to fighting global warming.

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Sept. 26, 2007 - One way the Virgin Islands Energy Office is marking Energy Awareness Month in October is by showing a film on alternative clean energy sources.The national theme is Clean and Green: For a Secure Energy Future.
At the University of the Virgin Islands at 7 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 6, on St. Thomas, there will be a showing of a "Nova" film, "Saved by the Sun," which emphasizes how solar energy is becoming the economical alternative to fighting global warming.