Residential & community solar information, Wed eve, Norwich Library

Have you had solar on your mind, tucked away somewhere safe for winter? Would you have gone solar already, but your home is too shaded?

The sun is shining, state and Federal incentives are approaching dusk, electric rates are climbing, and the planet is warming. Move solar up to the top of your list--and with the Solaflect Community Solar Park, that's true even for those with shaded homes (for the time being, only available in Green Mountain Power's service territory). Every day you wait is another day you pay the utility for electricity instead of generating your own, and a day closer to the expiration of incentives that make solar more affordable.

5:30 pm, Wednesday 3/25

Norwich Public Library, downstairs meeting room

Light refreshments will be served

Solaflect Energy will describe the benefits of going solar, and the advantages of the Suspension PV Tracker. (Short version: more bang for your buck.) Those who rely on GMP for electricity have the option of going solar with a Tracker that is located off-site, at a Community Solar Park.

Can't make it but want to learn more? Email or call me at your convenience.

See you Wednesday!

Jonathan

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Jonathan Teller-Elsberg, Sales Consultant
Solaflect Energy, www.solaflect.com
Office: 802-649-3700
Evening and weekend: 802-649-1509
Cell: 802-359-3341

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