New York, NY (PRWEB) May 10, 2010
“Green Magazine Television” produced by WDCC, is a new television series featuring ecology and energy conscious companies and organizations. This series will showcase some of the newest and “greenest” technologies being utilized, and is scheduled to be aired as paid programming on The Discovery Channel on May 13 at 6:30 AM and on The Learning Channel on May 16 at 6:30 AM.
“Green Magazine Television” will present a special program commemorating and celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day with a superstar lineup of some of America’s “greenest” companies including Dow Chemical, General Electric, Villanova University, Progressive Insurance, and the Zegna Sports Jacket on The Discovery Channel on May 13 at 6:30 AM and on The Learning Channel on May 16 at 6:30 AM.
The Dow Chemical segment will focus on Dow’s renewable energy efforts, its new Dow Powerhouse Solar Shingles, and the innovative ways in which the company is developing sustainable and commercial solutions that help solve the world’s biggest challenges including providing safe clean drinking water for people worldwide.
There’s more to home energy management than adjusting a thermostat or switching to compact fluorescent lamps. General Electric’s new Home Energy Manager and its suite of “smart” appliances will enable consumers to make more intelligent energy choices to manage energy usage, save money and reduce their carbon footprints in the process. General Electric’s new Home Energy Manager, smart meters and its suite of “smart, energy-efficient appliances will enable consumers to make more intelligent energy choices to manage energy usage, save money and reduce their carbon footprints in the process.
Villanova University and its College of Engineering have made a commitment to conduct all of its activities in an ecologically sound, socially just and economically viable manner by supporting concepts of sustainability in its curriculum, research and related activities, preparing all members of its academic community to contribute to an environmentally sound and socially just society, both today and for future generations. The College of Engineering has launched a major Center for Sustainable Engineering with one of America’s first Master of Science in Sustainable Engineering degrees.
The $10 million dollar Progressive Automobile X Prize competition is bringing together some of the most innovative minds in the world in a shared effort to break America’s addiction to oil. Two classes of vehicles will compete: a mainstream class of vehicles that meet current consumer expectations for size and capability, and an alternative class, which is an outlet for innovative ideas that push forward today’s concept of “what a car is.” A thorough qualification process will assess safety, cost, features and business plans to ensure only production-capable real cars compete.
Zegna Sport’s ‘ECOTECH SOLAR JACKET’ combines its groundbreaking ‘ECOTECH’ recycled innovation with SOLAR cell technology to create performance apparel that complies with environmental protection requirements. A detachable solar cell system on each jacket sleeve converts sunlight into renewable energy creating a recycled “green” product with an integrated renewable power source that can charge a handheld communication device.
For more information on “Green Magazine Television,” visit http://www.greenmagazinetelevision.com
WDCC (http://www.wdcc.tv) is an independent television production company that produces unique programming for niche markets. Culinary, Current Issues, Healthcare and New Technology are just some of the industries that are included in our line-up. Shows currently in production are “Green Magazine Television,” “Profiles in Innovation” and “Health on the Edge.”
Dan Dailey, Executive Producer