Tiny house built by Nelson Tiny Houses: 200 square feet

Nelson’s green home show draws big crowd

The event boasted dozens of displays, showcases and demonstrations of everything green and energy-efficient.

On Tuesday, the third annual Nelson Green Home and Energy Show took over the Prestige ballroom. Sponsored by the City of Nelson’s Ecosave Program, the West Kootenay EcoSociety and the Columbia Basin Trust, the event boasted dozens of displays, showcases and demonstrations of everything green and energy-efficient. All photos by Bill Metcalfe.

The City of Nelson’s water ambassador Avery DeBoer-Smith shows a water-saving toilet product.

Andrew Chewter shows one of Nelson’s fully electric vehicles.

Mike Clyde of Nelson is a dealer for Pedago Electric Bikes.

Mike Flood of Mountain High Lighting discusses his energy efficient products.

 

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