Join Your Neighbors In Solarizing Durham!

Kick-off workshop to be held next month at Coginchaug High School.

WHAT: Solarize Durham Kick-Off Solar Workshop

WHERE: Coginchaug Regional High School, Auditorium, Durham, CT

WHEN: September 5, 2012 at 7 PM

MORE: Join your neighbors and other Durham residents at Solarize Durham’s Kick-Off Solar Workshop on Wednesday, September 5, at 7 PM to learn how the Solarize model offers high performance, low cost solar installations to Connecticut residents.

Durham, along with Fairfield, Portland and Westport, was selected through a competitive solicitation process to participate in the pilot phase of Solarize Connecticut, a program designed to encourage the adoption of residential solar photovoltaic (PV) systems through coordinated town education, marketing and outreach efforts. In addition, Solarize Connecticut has worked with local installers to offer a tiered pricing structure that provides increased savings to homeowners as more people in each community go solar.

BeFree is the designated and trusted solar installer for the Town of Durham based on reputation, customer reviews and, most importantly, competitive tiered pricing. 

Durham was selected for the first phase of the Solarize Connecticut program based on the Town’s ability to execute an effective outreach and community based campaign. Since community outreach is essential for aggregating interest and lowering costs, Durham will be offering several Solar Workshops that bring together both community leaders and residents to learn how Durham can achieve solar success.

In addition to learning about the Solarize Connecticut program, the kick-off solar workshop on September 5 will walk homeowners through the basics of solar power, including everything from the technology itself to the various financing options. Residents interested in learning more about solar technology will find the workshop interesting and informative.

For additional information about Solarize Durham, please visit www.solarizect.com/durham.


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