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Solar Salon Brooklyn

Tuesday, Feb 24, 2015

Community Solar has taken on many incarnations of late, and goes by many names. Rather than trying to narrow the definition, it may be better to characterize community solar as a concept that helps to bring innovation to how people and entities can take advantage of the solar revolution, even if individually, they do not have the financial profile or direct access to advantageous solar resources. In this solar salon we will hear how three organizations are helping to bring the advantages of solar energy to non-profit entities, communities, coops and condos.

Sponsors: Urban Future Lab, ACRE; New York Solar Energy Society

Speakers:Jan L. Myers, Community PPA Project Developer - SUNVESTMENT GROUP; McGowan Southworth, Founding Partner - Brooklyn Power: & Bloc Power (speaker TBA)

Date: Tuesday, February 24, 6 - 8 PM

Location: Urban Future Lab, 15 Metrotech Center, 19th Floor, Brooklyn

The deets: Please pay by PayPal. Donation (tax deductible): $15 | $5 Students
NOTE: For security reasons, you must be on the list to enter the building, so please sign up at least 24 hours in advance. Thanks!. Paying at the door? RSVP HERE


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