EDUCATIONAL SEMINAR ON SOLAR POWER
WHEN: Saturday, 2 February, 2013 at 1pm
WHERE: Town of St. James Community Center map, 4136 Southport-Supply Road SE, St. James, NC 28461
WHO: Cape Fear Solar Systems, LLC, www.CapeFearSolarSystems.com
RSVP: By 31 January, 2013 at 910-202-4028 or pr@CapeFearSolarSystems.com
WHAT: Cape Fear Solar Systems cordially invites you to a free public seminar about solar power and the financial benefits that solar systems bring to homes and businesses.
AGENDA: 1-4 pm Lecture: Solar for Your Home 101
■ How solar works
■ Types of solar systems
■ When it does or doesn’t make sense to go solar
■ What to look for when going solar
■ Economics of Solar
■ How to save over 50% on a solar system through current tax credits and other incentives
■ Steps to getting solar panels on your roof
4-5pm Open Solar House
Registered participants will have the opportunity to visit two solar installations in St. James Plantation.
This unique seminar and Open Solar House will explain the types of solar systems, the available tax credits and other incentives for solar. Attendees will experience the real-time energy production of both solar thermal and solar electric systems installed on two homes in St. James Plantation and speak with the homeowners about their experience of going solar, and the effect that installing solar panels have on their monthly energy expenses.
The keynote speaker will be John Donoghue, Founder and President of Cape Fear Solar Systems and one of the most qualified solar experts in the in the United States, having achieved triple NABCEP Certification in Solar PV, Solar Thermal and Solar PV Technical Sales.
Come and learn why solar power is so increasingly popular and how you may benefit from the abundant power of the sun!
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. To register, please call 910-202-4028 or send an email to pr@CapeFearSolarSystems.com. The registration closes on Thursday, 31 January, 2013.
Please note that attendees who have not registered will not be allowed to participate in the event.