NEWPORT — Do you have a backup source of energy if your power goes out? Have you been seeing your friends and neighbors going solar? If so, there are two upcoming workshops in Newport for you.
Erin Rocheleau, SunCommon’s Community Partnership organizer, will be going over new options for homeowners in Vermont and clueing folks into the latest technology of the Tesla Powerwall 2.0.
The first event will take place at the United Church of Newport, located at 63 3rd Street. It will take place on Saturday, January 26, at 1:00 p.m.
When storms hit and the power goes out, your solar and battery work together to keep the essentials of your home running.
No more filling the bathtub with water, no more worrying about your pipes freezing, or needing to get to a hotel as the temperatures drop. No more cleaning out a fridge full of spoiled food.
Homes with solar and storage enjoy the reliability of backup power and support a more reliable and efficient grid for their community.
Come hear about the latest technology in solar and battery storage combinations for homes and businesses.
For more info on the January workshop, email Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-398-7118.
The second event in Newport will take place at the Gateway Center on Friday, February 8, at 11:30 a.m.
Join this group for a complimentary lunch and hear about the benefits of going solar.
Solar incentives for Vermont businesses can help you save up to 50 percent off the cost of your solar array, but these incentives are on the decline. So now is the best time to take advantage of these offers.
To register for this event, call Carrie at 802-398-5696 or email email@example.com.