Studio City, CA, September 20, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Avalor Energy Corporation will host a renewable energy seminar on October 8, 2011 at 10 a.m. at the TreePeople Convention Center in Coldwater Canyon Park in Beverly Hills. The free seminar is open to the public and will discuss the state of renewable energy production today, renewable energy technology trends, and strategies to produce large-scale renewable energy around the clock to replace fossil fuel used to generate electricity.
Frank W. Bachinsky, CEO of Avalor Energy, said, "We are passionate about clean energy and our role in developing large-scale renewable energy power projects in environmentally-sensitive and sustainable ways." Mr. Bachinsky continues, "We share TreePeople’s vision of helping our world evolve into a greener, cleaner place for our children through education and by the actions of the private sector."
Please register in advance at http://www.avalorenergy.com/events/ as space is limited.
Directions to Coldwater Canyon Park:
Coldwater Canyon Park is located up on the ridgeline between Beverly Hills and Studio City. The park entrance is at the stoplight where Coldwater Canyon Ave., Franklin Canyon Dr., and Mulholland Dr. (West) intersect. Detailed directions are available online at http://www.treepeople.org/directions.
Carpooling to Coldwater Canyon Park is encouraged and there are reserved parking spaces for cars carrying two or more visitors. Carpooling has a positive, powerful impact on the environment.
About Avalor Energy Corporation
Avalor Energy Corporation (AEC) is a renewable energy holding company with offices in California and Hawaii that develops large-scale base load renewable energy projects and advanced clean energy technologies through its subsidiary companies. Please visit http://www.avalorenergy.com for additional information.