With the high cost of energy and growing concerns about extreme climate change as well as new streamlined processes and enhanced opportunities for cost savings, there might be no better time to consider solar power for your home.
Join Fox Valley Sustainability Network in learning about residential solar opportunities at a virtual Solar Forum set for 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 17.
Some of the area’s top solar experts will be sharing how residents can take advantage of solar programs and how to participate. Fox Valley area residents will learn how to “go solar,” help the environment and save money on energy bills.
- Community Solar Initiatives and how you can subscribe to various programs.
- How the Grow Solar Chicagoland 2022 program works. You’ll hear testimonials from current residents and learn how they have taken advantage of renewable energy.
- Kane County’s history of public outreach for all residential solar opportunities available. Officials will showcase the county’s streamlined process of residential solar energy development with a Bronze SolSmart designation.
The speakers for the event include:
- Mark Pruitt, principal, The Power Bureau.
- Rosalia Salgado, organizer, Community Organizing and Family Issues.
- Ivy Klee, resource management coordinator, Kane County Division of Environmental and Water Resources.
- Marina Manic, solar programs administrator, Citizens Utility Board.
If you are interested in joining, please RVSP at this link! A Zoom link will be available the week of the event.
The Fox Valley Sustainability Network brings together the public and private sectors from around the Fox Valley to cut across boundaries and create a health, sustainable and vibrant Fox Valley. FVSN works on various issues and projects within the valley and wouldn’t be successful without the help and participation of the public.
FVSN invests in a sustainable future for the Fox Valley by engaging with multiple important stakeholders in the public and private sectors. The organization is a project of Seven Generations Ahead, the city of Aurora, Kane County, and a5 Branding and Digital in collaboration with Fox Valley communities and counties.
Learn more about Fox Valley Sustainability Network at this link and keep an eye out for upcoming events!
SOURCE: Kane County Department of Environmental and Water Resources