Assemblymember Jones-Sawyer at the Globe of Science and Innovation. This is a visitor center, designed to inform visitors about the significant research being carried out at CERN. The wooden structure, which is 27 metres (89 ft) high and 40 metres (130 ft) in diameter, is a symbol of planet earth and was originally built for Expo.02 in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. In 2004, it was moved to its current location in Meyrin in the Canton of Geneva, Switzerland.
Assemblymember Jones-Sawyer touring the Nant de Drance Pumped Storage Project, the largest underground energy storing plant in Geneva, Switzerland. It cost $2 billion and they plan a Return on Investment in 80 years. It's taken 10 years to build and opens in 2020. NANT DE DRANTZ.