Go Solar Kenmore offers “How to Get Clean Energy” workshop

The workshop will take place on April 11 at the Northwest Electric and Solar location in Kenmore.

  • Tuesday, April 3, 2018 3:30pm
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Northwest Electric and Solar is repeating a workshop at 6 p.m. on April 11, entitled “How to Get Clean Energy”.

The event is a free public education workshop about turning sunshine into electricity to power a home or building.

The workshop will address how solar electricity works; federal, state and utility solar incentives to recoup the cost; made in Washington solar panels; charging an electric vehicle; Tesla Powerwall backup battery; and working with a licensed professional solar design and installation firm.

The event will be held at the new Kenmore location of Northwest Electric and Solar where attendees can see solar in action and charge electric vehicles for free. For details, contact Joan@NWSolar.com or 206-356-0601.

Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center is the selected charitable organization to receive a solar system the size of which will be based on installation volume for 2018.

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