Is an Electric or Hybrid Vehicle in Your Future?
Brian Shar, Lead Engineer of the Core Technology Group at Stoneridge Electronics North America, will explain developing automobile technologies at the Clean Energy Network Meeting in Trumbull County on Tuesday, May 25, 2010, from 7-8:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in Room 117 of the Kent State University Trumbull Campus Technology Building, 4314 Mahoning Avenue, NW, Warren, Ohio. The meeting is free and open to the public. REGISTER HERE.
The meeting will focus on alternative energy vehicles such as hybrids and all-electric cars. Shar will explain some of the practical considerations of owning and operating the new technologies, such as issues involving vehicle operating costs and energy storage. He will explain how “green” these cars are and will respond to questions from the attendees.
In addition to his role at Stoneridge, Shar teaches engineering-technology at the Trumbull Career and Technical Center. He earned a B.S. degree in Engineering-Physics from John Carroll University and is an Ohio licensed instructor. Shar is a Pharmacy-Technology graduate of the U.S. Army’s Academy of Health Sciences, a registered Associate Value Specialist (AVS) with the Society of American Value Engineers (SAVE) International, a Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) with American Society for Quality (ASQ), a certified Lean & Six Sigma Blackbelt (C6sBB/Lean), and a board-member for the Youngstown-Warren ASQ 0805 section.
The Clean Energy Network in Trumbull County is a group dedicated to increasing awareness in sustainability, green building and renewable energy technologies by bringing together like-minded people in the area. It is a regional affiliate of Green Energy Ohio.
For more information about the Clean Energy Network and the Trumbull County meeting, contact Dave Ambrose at 330-647-3666 or email@example.com.
Green Energy Ohio is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting environmentally and economically sustainable energy policies and practices in Ohio. GEO is the Ohio Chapter of the American Solar Energy Society. GEO promotes renewable energy (solar, wind, biomass and low-impact hydro) statewide by acting as a clearinghouse to inform Ohioans on sustainable energy. The GEO website is http://www.greenenergyohio.org/.