On Sunday, January 24, over a hundred New Hampshire residents and business owners joined the Ammonoosuc Regional Energy Team and O’Meara Solar at the Solarize Ammonoosuc Kickoff to learn how solar could reduce their energy bills and contribute to a cleaner environment. Attendees came from Franconia, Bethlehem, Easton, Sugar Hill, Lisbon, Lancaster, and other areas of New Hampshire.
Over half of the attendees signed up for solar site visits before leaving the event, and even more have signed up since. The program is scheduled to run from the kickoff event until May 1st.
A Solar Open House on Saturday, Jan. 30 was attended by people from around 20 households. A representative from O’Meara Solar gave a complete tour of a rooftop installation. Neighbors had opportunities to chat among themselves about their on-grid, off-grid and other renewable energy and energy efficiency measures.
More events are planned throughout the coming months to help small businesses and homeowners learn about solar and take advantage of this group purchasing opportunity. One will be an open house to give information on a solar photovoltaic pole-mounted array at the Strange home 159 Franconia Mountains Road, Franconia on Sunday February 28 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm.
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