Houston Green Film Series: Hot Grease

September 18, 2019
Rice Media Center
2030 University Blvd. | Houston, TX 77005
Contact: Alicia
Phone: (713) 542-4232
Times: 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Admission: Free with RSVP
Area of Town: Medical Center/NRG Park
Free Admission: No

Set in Houston, in the shadow of the nation's oil industry, Hot Grease is a film that tells the surprising story of how the biodiesel industry is turning an ostensibly worthless raw material (spent kitchen grease) into a renewable energy source capable of fueling cars, buses and fleets of trucks throughout the country.This month's panelists/exhibitors are:Jody Gibson, Energy Institute High SchoolChris Powers, Houston BiodieselMichael McClere, Dependable Cooking OilAlondra Hernandez, Houston Public WorksTed Driscoll, Galveston Bay Foundation6:30 PM Reception, with complementary refreshments7:00 PM Film screening of Hot Grease8:00 PM Panel Discussion9:00 PM The conversation continues at Valhalla, Rice University's Graduate Student PubFree to the public, though donations are kindly appreciated.

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