The President hosted an event focused on "Investing in Our Clean Energy Future," with experts from inside and outside government. On the table were how crucial investments in clean energy and new technologies are included in the budget.
Serious Materials re-opens former Kensington Windows Plant in Vandergrift, PA, initiating creation of green jobs for U.S. Pennsylvania Governor speaks at green ribbon cutting ceremony on March 16, 2009.
Kevin Surace, CEO, Serious Materials, speaks to media, guests, and new employees of Serious Materials as the company re-opens former Kensington Windows manufacturing plant in Vandergrift, PA with green ribbon cutting ceremony. The March 16, 2009 event highlighted and celebrated Serious Materials' ongoing efforts to create green jobs for U.S. economy and SeriousWindows expansions.
A husband and father of two, Robin Scott was one of 150 workers laid off from his position as a glass department technician when Kensington Windows filed bankruptcy in 2008. On March 16, 2009, Robin participated in the green ribbon cutting ceremony as Serious Materials celebrated its acquisition and the official re-opening of its new SeriousWindows manufacturing plant in Vandergrift, Pennsylvania.