“Going Solar” Workshop by a Nonprofit for Homeowners Interested in PV Systems
For those thinking about going solar, or perhaps just curious about it, please join SunWork for this free 1.25-hour workshop. It will help you understand the basics of solar photovoltaics (PV), the technology options, the economics, how you tie into the PG&E grid, purchasing tips, and more. Refreshments will be served.
The workshop is offered by SunWork (SunWork.org), a small 501(c)(3) non-profit that installs rooftop PV systems for low-electricity-using homes and for nonprofits (such as churches, homeless shelters, etc.). The key SunWork mission is to make solar energy more available and affordable to these markets which face high costs (and often a lack of interest) from traditional solar installers. SunWork also provides training for those interested in green careers and education to the public in general.
The workshop is free, but registration is suggested. To register, visit SunWork (http://sunwork.org/). You may email [masked] or call[masked] for more information. Refreshments provided.
Visit the sponsor for this event (http://sunwork.org/events) for more information or to register. Click through to the sponsor for instructions. This event and its sponsor are not affiliated with Green Making (http://www.greenmaking.com/index.php). This announcement is a courtesy for our members.