Ohio Solar Tour - This Weekend

Submitted by Charles Frost on Fri, 10/05/2007 - 09:46.

This weekend...
Take the Ohio Solar Tour!
Friday-Sunday, October 5-7, 2007
Download your free copies at: http://www.greenenergyohio.org/page.cfm?pageID=989
Over 100 renewable energy systems and energy efficient buildings will be shown on 30 guided public tours and open house sites in every corner of the state. The annual Ohio Solar Tour, organized by clean energy advocate, Green Energy Ohio, features tours to homes, businesses, schools, parks and other public sites utilizing the newest and best-example solar electric, solar thermal, wind turbine, green design and energy-saving technologies.
Find out how your neighbors are trimming their energy bills, increasing their energy independence and taking steps to address climate change by taking the Ohio Solar Tour. Learn about energy efficiency, speak with homeowners and experts and find out how solar technology works, what it costs and why it makes sense.
About The Tours
The tours are free and open to the public. Some tours feature complimentary shuttle transportation and lunch. An RSVP is required for some tours. Download the regional guidebooks for more information.
How To Take The Tours
Go to the Green Energy Ohio website and download the free Regional Solar Tour Guidebooks at www.GreenEnergyOhio.org. The guidebooks contain all the information necessary to take the tours including site information, photos, directions and more.
Green Energy Ohio is coordinating this annual event in cooperation with The American Solar Energy Society’s National Solar Tour, in what has become the largest demonstration of installed renewable energy technologies and energy efficient building practices in the United States . Statewide sponsors include the Ohio Department of Development's Office of Energy Efficiency, The Cleveland Foundation, Duke Energy and The Gund Foundation.
Kellie Fiorello
Program Manager
Green Energy Ohio
(614) 985-6131
(866) GREEN-OH toll-free
Kellie [at] GreenEnergyOhio [dot] org

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