The recent Solar Readiness: Solar Energy & Efficiency Workshop sponsored by the Alachua County Sustainability Department drew a room-capacity crowd and sparked a second workshop scheduled for September 8, 2012. Admission to the September 8th two hour workshop is free. An early bird registration and complete details about the workshop is available online at www.SolarReadiness.com.
Organizers and sponsors of the Solar Readiness: Solar Energy & Efficiency Workshop said the community response to the first workshop was overwhelmingly positive, thus prompting the need for further workshop offerings.
The Solar Readiness Team will present the basics of solar electric and hot water systems, operational efficiency for ideal energy consumption, solar off-set calculations, solar resource and site assessment tools, project price identifiers, return-on-investment concepts and available solar and efficiency financing methods.
Solar Readiness: Solar Energy & Efficiency Workshop
September 8, 2012
10am to 12pm (two hours)
Alachua County Administration Building (room 209)
12 SE 1st Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
Free but pre-registration requested at www.SolarReadiness.com
Sponsors include Alachua County Sustainability Department, Solarize Now!, Alachua Clean Energy, Green Energy Options, Kurt Johnsen Energy Systems and Power Production Management and Arunas Kutkus, LLC.
The Solar Readiness: Solar Energy & Efficiency Workshop is presented by Clean Energy Logistics Lab of Gainesville, Florida, an organization which partners with nonprofits, communities and solar installers to promote the installation of cost-effective solar power (PV) systems. Their solar and efficiency initiative programs support cooperative outreach and education partnerships, and connect the public to certified solar integrators and installers.