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August 21, 2008
Media Advisory - Toronto welcomes Solar Taxi on its world tour
On Monday, August 25, Deputy Mayor Joe Pantalone will welcome Swiss-citizen Louis Palmer to Toronto and take a ride in the Solar Taxi he’s driving around the world to raise awareness about global climate change and promote the use of solar energy.

Mr. Palmer’s world tour began in July 2007 and will see him cross five continents with the Solar Taxi, which uses almost 100 per cent Swiss technology.

Following their remarks, Louis Palmer and the Deputy Mayor will drive the Solar Taxi to the Canadian National Exhibition where it will be on display until Wednesday, August 27.

Date: Monday, August 25
Time: noon
Location: Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St. W.

More information about the solar taxi is available at

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Media contacts:
Nancy Ruscica, Manager, Partnerships & Innovation, Toronto Environment Office, 416-392-2984,
Philippe Crevoisier, Consulate General of Switzerland, 416-593-5371 ex. 229,



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