Alternate Energy Inc. Supports Children’s Play On Environmental Issues

This month, as we celebrate Earth Day, Alternate Energy Hawaii salutes the cast and crew of Honolulu
Theatre for Youth. Hawaii’s nationally acclaimed children’s theatre is currently performing a ground-
breaking new environmental play that is being seen by more than 20,000 children and families across
our state.

Where Do Things Go? is a world premiere, totally original, locally authored play that showcases
everything from water, trash and fossil fuels to medicine, hoarding and even the great Pacific garbage
patch. The set and costumes have been created out of 100 percent recycled materials, all from previous
shows in HTY’s 2010-11 season. One exciting, interactive scene has the audience helping to harness
alternative energy sources to bring the lights back on after a “blackout” during the show. One solution?
You guessed it – solar!

Where Do Things Go? is on stage at Tenney Theatre with two more public shows remaining: Saturdays,
April 30 and May 7 at 4:30 p.m. Tickets 839-9885 or online at Single tickets are $16
for adults, and $8 for youth (18 and under) and seniors (over 60). It is ideal for ages 4 and up.

Alternate Energy is proud to join with major sponsors the Hawaii State Department of Health
environmental programs; the City & County of Honolulu Department of Environmental Services; and
Blue Planet Foundation in support of this important show from HTY. Solar Energy Consultants Craig
Kawamura and Ross Kutsunai were acknowledged from the stage at the Opening Night performance,
which was also attended by singer/songwriter Jack Johnson and Mayor Peter Carlisle.

Alternate Energy invites you to join them in supporting this important cause! Now you can do something
good for your family, the environment and your favorite theatre. In honor of HTY’s production of Where
Do Things Go?, Alternate Energy will donate $500 to HTY with the purchase of each new solar PV system
through May 2011. (Buyer must mention this offer at time of purchase. Minimum purchase of 10 solar
panels per job. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Expires May 31, 2011.)