Join GEO for Hot Dogs, Wind Turbine Tour and Indians Baseball in Cleveland!
Lincoln Electric Wind Turbine Tour
& Cleveland Indians Game
*All You Can Eat Seats & Bobble Head
Saturday, August 13, 2011
Wind Turbine Tour & Indians Upper Box Seat Ticket
$35 GEO Members / $40 Non-Members
Email or Fax Downloaded Form with Credit Card Number by Noon, August 8th
or Mail Check to GEO Postmarked by August 1st
4:00 pm - Lincoln Electric Wind Turbine Tour, 22801 Saint Clair Avenue, Cleveland, OH Map to Lincoln Electric
6:30 pm - GEO Reception at Solar Pavillion, Cleveland Indians vs. Minnesota Twins, Progressive Field, 2401 Ontario Street, Cleveland, OH - Game at 7:05 PM
Directions & Parking for Progressive Field
*Baseball Game Ticket includes All You Can Eat - Hot dogs, popcorn, peanuts, nachos,
Pepsi products and Mike Hargrove Bobble Head
Green Energy Ohio (GEO) invites GEOs and Friends to join us for a special tour of the Lincoln Electric 2.5 MW Wind Turbine near Euclid followed by a fun night at the ballpark downtown as the Cleveland Indians play the Minnesota Twins.
4:00 pm - Arrive at Euclid Headquarters of Lincoln Electric for a special tour by **Seth Mason to see and hear about new 2.5 MW Kenersy (German) Wind Turbine - Largest turbine in Ohio and one of largest in North America.
• 800,000: Approximate total weight in pounds, including the turbine and & tower
• 279: Turbine hub height in feet
• 444: Height of top blade tip in feet
• 165: Length of each blade in feet
• 2.5: Maximum output of electricity in megawatts (2,500,000 watts) at 690 volts direct current, converted to 4,160 volts AC on the ground for use in Lincoln's shops. See Cleveland Plain Dealer Stories: June 12, 2011 June 13, 2011 and WTAM broadcast July 5, 2011 .
See Wind Tower Time Lapse at TMI Blog.
6:30 - pm At Progressive Field for ***Cleveland Indians Game against Minnesota Twins join GEO and Friends for GEO Pre-Game Warm-Up Reception at the Indians/GEO SolarPavillion constructed as GEO brought SOLAR 2007 to Cleveland.
The 7:05 pm baseball game features GEO Upper Box All You Can Eat Seats - Hot dogs, popcorn, peanuts, nachos, Pepsi products and Mike Hargrove “Human Rain Delay” Bobble Head.
**Seth Mason, CEM, Energy Manager, The Lincoln Electric Company, is the project manager of procuring and installing a 2.5 MW wind turbine. He joined Lincoln Electric in 1978 from the Allen Bradley Company. As Energy Manager for Lincoln Electric his responsibilities include energy purchasing of electricity and natural gas and design and implementation of energy efficiency projects. His previous projects have provided efficiency improvements in uses in steam, HVAC and lighting. Improvements to heating plant and piping distribution have lead to significant reductions in natural gas usage for winter heating. A recent project for the improvement of the painting of sheet metal parts saw defects reduced by nearly 100%. Previous responsibilities include management, production support as well as creating a forensic group for electronic, software and machine troubleshooting. Mr. Mason is a 1977 graduate of Ohio Institute of Technology.
*** GEO's Recipient of the Pioneer of the Year 2007 Award
Cleveland Indians, first American League Team with Stadium Solar Array with permanent educational kiosk featured at SOLAR 2007 and Tribe home games. In 2007, The Cleveland Indians were proud to announce the installation of a new solar electric system at Progressive Field , first American League ballpark to go solar. The 8.4 kW Solar Pavilion at Progressive Field and permanent educational kiosk featured at SOLAR 2007 and all future Cleveland Indians' home games provides clean, renewable electricity and introduces solar energy concepts to millions ion Northeast Ohio. The Cleveland Indians are committed to exploring opportunities to help preserve the environment through the use of advanced energy", said Jim Folk, Indians Vice President of Ballpark Operations during its unveiling on June 29, 2007 as part of 'Solar Day at the Ballpark.' Incorporating an educational kiosk into the design was an important aspect of the Solar Pavilion as well. Currently, data monitoring software displays the output of the Solar Pavilion with a flash program on an LCD monitor, and the information is viewable online on the GEO website homepage (Top Right Corner). Partnerships and projects with organizations like the Cleveland Indians help in educating millions of people about renewable energy, which will be critical to increase the adoption of these technologies.