Are you curious about solar? Do you own a home or small business? And use oil, propane or electricity to provide your hot water?
If you answered “yes” to these questions and live in or around Berlin, Vermont, come to our Co-op Solar Info Session on Tuesday, March 12th, at 6:15 p.m. at the in the Library Room of the Berlin Elementary School (372 Paine Turnpike North, Berlin).
You’ll learn that more than 1,200 Vermonters added solar hot water heaters to their homes over the past decade … and that with Co-op Solar, we added 40 more solar hot water heaters in 2012. The 2013 program runs now until April 30th and incentives may be gone sooner, so sign up now! Hear what Senator Bernie Sanders and others have to say about the Co-op Solar program.
You’ll learn that a Co-op Solar solar hot water heater, now available for $0 down and low monthly payments, could start saving you money right away, especially if you have a sunny south-facing rooftop or a nice open area in your yard.
We’ll have a short presentation to cover solar hot water basics – how it works, what it costs, why Co-op Solar makes good economic sense – and then there will be plenty of time for your questions.
Send your RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (802) 860-4090.
The Energy Co-op of Vermont launched the Co-op Solar program in response to our members concerns about high fuel costs and greenhouse gas emissions. Co-op Solar is a simple and affordable way for central Vermont residents to save money and make a smart environmental choice – and be protected from future energy price increases – because sunshine is free!
For more details on Co-op Solar or to sign up for a free site assessment, call the Energy Co-op of Vermont at (802) 860-4090, visit Co-op Solar – or come to our info session at the Berlin Elementary School, Library Room in Berlin on Tuesday, March 12th at 6:15 p.m.