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“Let The Sun Shine In: Solar As Renewable Energy”

Presented By: St. Louis Green Drinks

Cost: $3.00 donation suggested

Are you ready to catch some rays?

Sunlight per day will peak at about 14 hours on the first day of summer (June 21, 2014) and fade to about 12 hours by the last day of summer (September 21, 2014). Even here in the St. Louis Metro Area, sunlight is plentiful, and it’s still free, making solar a viable candidate for filling at least some of our energy needs.

Join us as light is shed on the current state of solar technology, equipment, costs, generating electricity, heating air or water, contractor or do-it-yourself, form and function, legislative issues, etc.

Welcome summer sun by learning how to make a passive heat collector and prepare food with a solar oven.


• Ms. Maud Essen

• Mr. Phil Judd, Earth First Solar

• Mr. Irl Scissors, Missourians For A Balanced Energy Future

• Mr. Gary Steps, Butterfly Energy Works

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  • Johann N. B.

    I'll be in a meeting this evening to plan an informational rally for the Howard Electric CoOp meeting to be held in Fayette on 2 June. I'm sorry to miss this meeting, as I'm in the process of having the roof of my home in Columbia evaluated for solar panel installation.

    May 20, 2014

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