Solar Energy Powers Presidential Hopeful

March 3, 2004 [] “We need to walk our talk, and a solar-powered PA system is one way to do that.” That’s what Dennis Kucinich said on Wednesday, February 25, at a campaign stop at City Hall in Springfield, Massachusetts, when the PA (public address) system he used was powered by a portable solar power unit, called the Harvester, by SolarOne (which previously acquired Solar Dynamics, the original manufacturer of the Harvester). Donald Campbell Associates, of Northfield Massachusetts, in conjunction with SolarOne provided the solar-powered unit to help underline the practical real world benefits of renewable energy. Moneer Azzam of SolarOne said, “It’s good to see a presidential hopeful acknowledge solar power so directly. I would like to see all the candidates do so as well.” Kucinich may be hopeful for the presidency but he has yet to win a state primary, including any of the states during Super Tuesday’s primaries. He did however, win renomination to run again for Congress representing his home state of Ohio.
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