Fallbrook residents can learn about clean energy

FALLBROOK – Local residents are invited to learn about energy independence at the Fallbrook Solar Experience on Aug. 12 at Fallbrook Library.

At the Fallbrook Solar Experience, participants will learn directly from Center for Sustainable Energy representatives and certified energy practitioners about how solar works, battery integration with solar, financing options and what incentives are available now.

“It’s more important than ever to empower families with the freedom of clean energy and clean air. That’s why Climate Action Campaign has been inspiring, engaging and educating communities across San Diego with the tools to realize a 100 percent clean energy future,” said Nicole Capretz, executive director of the Climate Action Campaign.

The San Diego Solar Experience was launched in February of this year to give San Diegans the honesty and transparency needed to gain energy independence. Educational seminars are a component of the Solar Experience, which include presentations from local non-profits Climate Action Campaign, Center for Sustainable Energy as well as a sponsor, San Diego-headquartered, Sullivan Solar Power.

“What I learned today is that the time to install solar is really good now,” said Solar Experience attendee Gary Lynn, “There was no pressure to sign a contract or no effort to sell today.”

To learn about more about solar events in local communities and to RSVP,
visit: www.sdsolarexperience.org.

One Response to "Fallbrook residents can learn about clean energy"

  1. Bill   August 12, 2017 at 11:53 am

    This is a very very short notice. You didn’t specify a time. So, I looked up the the schedule for the Fallbrook Library and there isn’t a schedule for this.

    What’s up with this supposed event

    VN – The company that submitted the press release did not give a time and we didn’t catch that. They did run an ad in the paper; the workshop time on that is 11-noon.


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