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Free Solar Energy Seminar
On Tuesday, May 8, 2012, Sunlight Solar Energy (www.sunlightsolar.com) will host a free presentation on solar energy options available to Massachusetts homeowners. The event will be held at 7:00 p.m. in the Coolidge Corner Branch of the Brookline Public Library, located at 31 Pleasant Street in Brookline, MA.
Sunlight Solar representatives will discuss the current rebates available to homeowners in Massachusetts, along with the State and Federal tax credits offered in 2012. The presentation will provide an overview of solar technology and will explain how Massachusetts residents can reduce their energy consumption and protect their planet, while spinning their electric meter backwards. A question-and-answer session will follow. Case studies will be provided for real life examples.
Homeowners are encouraged to bring their electric bills to receive an on-the-spot usage evaluation. So, come meet like-minded neighbors who share an interest in producing their own solar electricity and solar hot water, and enjoy the rare opportunity to ask an expert as many questions as you like!
This free event is open to the public; food and drink will be provided. Pre-registration is recommended, as space is limited. For registration and information, please contact Natasha Westbrook at (781) 373-3263 or email@example.com.
About Sunlight Solar Energy
Sunlight Solar Energy (www.sunlightsolar.com) is a certified grid-tied solar electric installation contractor committed to providing the highest quality grid-tied solar electric installations for homes and businesses. Sunlight Solar Energy, Inc is a licensed and insured Solar Installer and has installed over 400 solar arrays throughout New England. Sunlight Solar is a Premier Dealer of SunPower solar modules and inverters.
|Where||Coolidge Corner Branch Library 31 Pleasant St, Brookline, MA 02446|
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|Time||7:00 pm–8:00 pm|
More About Coolidge Corner Branch Library
Completed in 1957, the Coolidge Corner branch has a large lending collection, gallery space, computers and sections for children and young adults. Its most distinguishing feature is a sunlit atrium decorated with plants and furniture for relaxed reading.
The branch also maintains a collection of books, DVDs and newspapers in Hebrew, and is the only library in town to offer Chinese lanaguage materials.
Other events here
- Book Discussion Group Monthly, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm