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Made-in-Alberta - Chapter 3: Ep. 1 "Solar Pioneering"
An 86-year-old Edmontonian produces home-made electricity
from an attractive array mounted on a trellis in his backyard.
Solar in the City
"Solar in the City" investigates residential solar power,
distributed generation and you. A photo-voltaic system plus energy
conservation is a formula for green, secure residential power. But, does
backyard micro-power have a larger role to play in Alberta¹s energy
Made in Alberta
Energy, water and climate, these are hot topics for the 21st Century.
With conventional fuel reserves running out, water tables running low,
and global temperatures running high, many Albertans are finding new
energy solutions. Made-in-Alberta brings their stories to community
television and the world wide web with this innovative new series.
Produced in partnership
Brian Johnston, Energreen
SESCI-NAC (Solar Energy Society of Canada Inc - Northern Alberta
Shaw TV –
Oct 2005 (and repeats)
YouTube – uploaded Jan. 24th, 008
Available on DVD?
Producers for RBCC: Barb Allard, Ric Gustavsen
Written & Directed: Barb Allard, Brian Johnston
Camera & DOP: Ric Gustavsen
Editor: Susan Padget
Motion Graphics: Oleg Ognev
Original Music: licensed music library
Executive Producer for Shaw TV: Mark Doram
Production Manager for Shaw TV: Mike Fawcett
Interviewees and Experts (in order of appearance):
Eng., Renewable Energy Technologist
PhD, Sustainable Electricity Development
Steeden, Ret. Mechanic & Micro-power Producer
Additional Thanks to:
production crew and reporters at Shaw TV.
The members and staff of Film and Video Arts, Alberta (FAVA)