Thursday, February 9, 2017

Cosmo grads help build local solar


Learn how to go solar at no upfront cost with a focus on the changing solar incentives and how to affordably weatherize your home.

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Home Energy Incentives 101

February 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Have you been wondering about the changes to residential solar in Vermont? Heard about the federal tax credit? Or just want to know what kind of rebates you can get for weatherizing your home? Well here is your opportunity to hear about how you can button up your home and go solar in 2017!
Join Becca White from the mission driven solar company SunCommon, Liam Fagan from the nonprofit HeatSquad, and the Springfield Energy Committee to learn more.
Coffee and cookies will be served.

Location: 
Springfield Select Board Room
96 Main Street
Sprngfield, VT

Also:
Open House at the Kemble Home 
March12th, Sunday,1PM to 3PM
(RSVP to Becca@suncommon.com for their address )
Enjoy food and drinks while touring Diane and Paul's rooftop array! 
Ask these local homeowners what it’s like to have solar in Vermont. 

For more information contact:
Becca White
Windsor County Solar Educator 
802-798-2643 

5 comments :

  1. Cosmos doing well and doing good!

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  2. Another sham perpetuated by do-gooders on the backs of taxpayers. We haven't had a sunny day in weeks and someone thinks this is a practical energy alternative?
    http://www.movoto.com/blog/opinions/top-10-u-s-cities-sun-worshippers-should-avoid/

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    1. We could always produce electricity using the BS and hot air coming from the far right; now THERE'S an endless energy source!

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    2. You'll never even know if the sun is shining since your head us buried so far up your can!

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  3. chuck gregory2/9/17, 4:37 PM

    Great snark, 3:33!

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