Residental solar electricity workshop in Billings on Sept. 22

September 15, 2012

Categories: Clean Energy, Events, News

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Want to learn what a solar electricity system would look like and cost for your home? Solar electric systems — also called PV systems — can produce all or a portion of your home’s electricity needs. Attend this free workshop to learn the role of energy efficiency, system options, how to size a system for your home, costs, current financial incentives, and what to ask an installer. Bring your electricity bills and a picture of your home’s south-side to take a closer look at whether a system is right for you!

When: Saturday, September 22, 2012; Workshop: 9 am – 2 pm;
Optional 1-Hour Tour after the workshop to see an installed system.
Where: City College MSU-Billings (College of Technology)
Health & Sciences Building
3803 Central Ave., Room 107
Billings, MT 59102

Lunch: Bring your own or cash for on-site ordering.

Registration is required for this FREE workshop (for handout planning). Contact Susan Bilo at Susan.Bilo@montana.edu or (406) 994-2225. Provide your name and phone number.

Hostedby Montana State University Extension, Bozeman and Yellowstone County; City College Montana State University-Billings

 

NORTHERN PLAINS RESOURCE COUNCIL
220 South 27th Street, Suite A
Billings, Montana 59101
(406) 248-1154
info@northernplains.org