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“Solar Makes $ense!” October 29th event explores the benefits of solar energy
October 29 • 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
“Solar Makes $ense!”
October 29th event explores the benefits of solar energy
If you own a home or business, or if you simply want to help reduce our community’s carbon emissions, here’s your chance to find out why solar makes sense!
“Solar Makes $ense! Solarize Your Home or Business”
Monday, October 29, 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Corvallis-Benton County Public Library
Find out how making the transition to solar energy makes sense – both to protect our future and to save money! This special program will feature presentations by Julie Williams, Founder of Seeds for the Sol, and Dan Orzech, General Manager of the Oregon Clean Power Cooperative (OCPC), as well as a panel of local solar installers.
How often can you buy something that’s actually going to save you money? This program is for you if you want to…
- Explore how solar can help you save on your home energy bills,
- Learn how to take advantage of federal energy tax credits for your business, or
- Help our community reduce its dependence on fossil fuels and accelerate the shift to renewable solar energy.
There will be plenty of time for audience questions and discussion.
“Solar Makes $ense!” is sponsored by the Harvest Sunshine team of the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition, a network of more than 350 partner organizations and hundreds of volunteers. Partner organizations include businesses, non-profit organizations, faith communities, educational institutions and government entities. The mission of the group is to promote an ecologically, socially, and economically healthy city and county. The Coalition is working on a wide variety of projects in 12 topic areas to move toward goals outlined in Community Sustainability: A Framework for Action.