Solar Twin Cities - Solar Power Hour - Maplewood - Bruentrup Heritage Farm

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Non CERTs
Sep
19
Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm
United States

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City of Maplewood and Maplewood Area Historical Society
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$0.00

Go to the following link to RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/251947702295664/

For those interested in solar on your home or business, come join the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) at the Solar Twin Cities – Solar Power Hour. The free event is hosted by the City of Maplewood and the Maplewood Area Historical Society at the Bruentrup Heritage Farm.

Solar Twin Cities is a group purchasing program for residential and commercial business property owners throughout Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul that benefits all participants of the program by pooling their buying power to secure significant discounts that make installing solar more affordable. The Solar Power Hour session will teach the basics of solar, its financial implications for your household, and how the solar group buy program works. Then get a no obligation site assessment from our program installer, TruNorth Solar.

Prior to the Solar Power Hour, join the Maplewood Area Historical Society for a Farmer Power Hour history walking tour on the Bruentrup Heritage Farm grounds. Learn how famers used energy sources such as the sun and wind to provide power for their dairy farms in the early 1900s.

Offered by the MREA with support from the City of Maplewood and the Maplewood Area Historical Society. In collaboration with other communities including the Cities of Eden Prairie, Minnetonka, Plymouth, Richfield, Woodbury, White Bear Lake, and the Center for Energy and Environment (CEE); and our prequalified contractor TruNorth Solar.

SolarTwinCities.org

For more information please contact: ericr@midwestrenew.org

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Minnesotans building a clean energy future

         

    CERTs Partners:

Minnesota Department of Commerce University of Minnesota Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships and Extension Great Plains Institute Southwest Regional Development Commission