Alternative Energy and Federal Funding – Bytemarks Cafe Audio

July 17, 2009 at 9:24 pm Leave a comment

Listen to the July 14, 2009 (Episode 47) of Bytemarks Cafe, the weekly, hour-long, Hawai’i Public Radio show.

After an interview with Kyle Nishioka about the Worldwide Photo Walk in Honolulu, Ed Young from the Hawaii Renewable Energy Development Venture and Derek Chang from Referentia, discuss alternative energy and federal funding.

Bytemarks Cafe runs every Wednesday on KIPO – 89.3 FM Hawaii Public Radio from 5-6pm in the afternoon. The interviews feature the latest happenings in the tech world with a distinctively Hawaii-centric perspective.

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