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Kronfield presents annual green energy event

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Ashlyn Nicely, 6, and her mom, Tiffany Nicely, of Perrysburg, build a birdhouse.

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Miracle Burt, 10, of Toledo, made a bird feeder.

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Earlean Belcher, of Maumee, left, helped her granddaughter Harmony Burt, 8, of Toledo, make a bird feeder.

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A Grand Amp, formerly a gas-powered 2001 Pontiac Grand Am that was converted to electric power, was on display.

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A Grand Amp, formerly a gas-powered 2001 Pontiac Grand Am that was converted to electric power, was on display.

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Jeff Major, chief engineer in the Electric Vehicle Institute in the College of Technology at Bowling Green State University, walks by the Grand Amp.

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Jeff Major, chief engineer in the Electric Vehicle Institute in the College of Technology at Bowling Green State University, discusses some of the projects of his students and their upcoming participation in an electric go-cart race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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Host Dan Kronfield gives visitors some general information about his alternative energy efforts.

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Dan Kronfield, left, under a solar grid with Matt Epperson, of Bowling Green, and his one-year-old son Finn Epperson. Kronfield says he put the grid on the ground to enable him to adjust it by season.

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Host Dan Kronfield listens while 15-year-old Toledo Technology Academy student Matthew Hanneman, in the back row, fourth from left, talks about the alternative energy team at TTA that is converting a gas-powered engine to solar power.

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