Boston Area Solar Energy Association: Movie Night at Kendall Square Cinema: Tuesday, April 19, 7 pm: "Catching the Sun!"

  • 19 Apr 2016
Event Description

Boston Area Solar Energy Association presents:

"Catching the Sun!"

Movie Night at Kendall Square Cinema
7 pm Tuesday, April 19

In place of BASEA Forum, usually held on the second Thursday of the month, join BASEA on Tuesday April 19 at the Kendall Square Cinemas in Cambridge. After the movie, gather at Flattop Johnny's for an informal discussion of the film.

BASEA is working with the Catching the Sun team on tickets, so please save the date and BASEA will have more information as it approaches. For questions in the meantime (and to get on the list for tickets for the event), please contact Mike Higgins by e-mail:

From award-winning director and eco-activist Shalini Kantayya comes a feature
length documentary that explores the global race to a clean energy future.

"Solar power is a growing American success story. Yet just as solar is about to reach a tipping point, some utilities and other special interests are throwing obstacles in the way. Rather than moving into the 21st century, many utilities are fighting to protect outdated business models. Across the country, mayors, governors and others should set ambitious clean energy goals and commitments, offer new incentives, and promote new community solar programs. To make that happen, citizens need to voice their support for clean energy and demand clean energy access. Together, we can leave a cleaner, healthier world for future generations. The time for action is now."

To visit the BASEA site:
Catching the Sun website and movie trailer:

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