Solar Roadways – Our Story

Are solar roadways part of our transportation future? The idea and technology behind “solar roadways” – roads made of solar panels that can be driven on and potentially generate energy – is advancing quickly and is being pioneered right here in Idaho.

When? Thursday, April 28, 2011

5:30 p.m. reception
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. presentation and discussion

Where? Library! at Cole and Ustick, 7557 West Ustick Road, Boise

Who should attend? This presentation is designed for anyone with an interest in new technologies and how they may affect the future of our transportation system. This presentation is targeted to the general public.

Free! Please RSVP to Jessica Wilson at jwilson@compassidaho.org or 855-2558 x 222 by Monday, April 25.

Presentation Description: Join Scott and Julie Brusaw as they discuss the genesis of solar roads, from when the original idea of an electric road was conceived by a young boy who loved his slot-car track though the construction of the first ever Solar Road Panel prototype.

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