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Tesla Electric Roadster

Air Products Hydrogen
Powered Bus
Don Bucci explains the Air Products hydrogen powered car
"Zap Car" Electric Car displayed at the festival

John Bailey makes his own biofuel

Greenspring Solar Solutions

Confused about Alternative Energy?
Ask PA Energy Savers

A model windmill to explain the benefits of wind power

Bob Swaim
the legendary "Bike Man"
owns and operates hundreds of bicycles

Festival-goers learn about geothermal heating systems

Caribbean Spice performs
at the entrance gate

Make your own necklace in the childrens area

Learning to work with clay

Having some fun at the mainstage

Having some fun with the drums

Ready to learn about solar

Folks learn about solar from
Advanced Solar Industries, LLC

Face painting in the children's tent

Trying out the Spin-Art bicycle

Painting in the childrens tent

Energyfest 2010

Boy Scout Troop 180 from Krumsville, PA volunteers to manage the recycling & trash

Assembling the dome

Taiko Drummers perform

Ben Sollee performs Saturday evening on the Main Stage

Janice Eshleman sets up a May Pole in the Children's Area

Maaya Ota performs Saturday evening on the Main Stage

Electric Motorcycle

The "Kharizma" Belly Dancers

The Wallace Brothers perform on the grounds

John Scott organizes the "eARTh" show

Bright faces

Moms & kids learn abut solar energy.

Every kid wants a biodiesel motorcyle

The "BagMan" tells us
one shopper uses
500 plastic bags a year!

Ready to learn about renewable energy.

The sculpture of Oscar Lloveras is a beautiful backdrop to the Earthnet Energy solar hot water exhibit

The PASA Farmers Market is a great place to get fresh local produce

Bob Swaim the "Bike Man" demonstrates his 3 man bicycle

A DEP representative explains the solar hot water system

Learning from Backyard Energy

One thing is for certain, the food is great at the Energyfest

The benefits of "Kid Powered" machinery