HILO, HI — DALLAS, TX — This weekend will mark the seventh annual Earth Day Texas event, which has rapidly become the largest regional earth day event in the country. Located at fair park in Dallas with over one million square feet of event space this event has the honor of now being the largest annual environmental exhibition and programming initiative in the world. This year there has been an increased focus on clean energy at the event with more attention to solar power and going green. The Earth Day Texas leadership team has decided to hold a discussion panel with solar industry experts including Dallas based Brad Stutzman of O3 Energy Solutions. Titled “An Intro to Residential, Commercial, & Utility-Scale Solar” this small panel will act as the solar power myth busters and discuss the fascinating issues and technologies arising in this industry. The segment will take place in the Tower building at fair park on Sunday from 12:00pm-12:45pm.
This will be the third year for Dallas based O3 Energy Solutions to showcase a booth and educate Earth Day Texas visitors on solar power and clean energy solutions. This year O3 Energy Solutions and Smart Energy 360 have partnered to provide information and solutions that can be beneficial for both homeowners and businesses. “Having the opportunity to be part of this event has become something our company looks forward to year after year” said Preston Howell, Director of Marketing for O3 Energy Solutions. “It’s an honor to know that right here in our backyard at the largest Earth Day event in the country, we can make an impact and educate people about a clean energy future.” O3 Energy Solutions and Smart Energy 360 will be located in a booth at the center of the automotive building from Friday through Sunday.
“Earth Day Texas isn’t only one of the world’s largest forums dedicated to the stewardship of our planet, but also a fully inclusive one that unites folks from across the stakeholder spectrum. We’re honored to once again host O3 Energy Solutions, a local leader in solar development, and their managing director Brad Stutzman at this year’s event. Brad’s insights and experience is crucial to this year’s panel on solar energy, as we dive into important issues facing the industry.” – Mohammed Abdalla (Director of Development and Outreach, Earth Day Texas)