Fredericksburg Solar Energy Initiative Launches Website, Schedules Second Meeting
The Fredericksburg Climate, Environment and Readiness (CLEAR) Plan executive group with Marstel-Day LLP is sponsoring a follow-up meeting for Solarize, the organization working with homeowners and businesses to bring low-cost solar energy to the region.
“We have been working with the nonprofit Local Energy Alliance Program (LEAP) to set up a website so that those who are interested and would like to move forward can begin “signing-up” during this soft launch period,” said Richard Finkelstein, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Mary Washington.
The Solarize Fredericksburg website
The second informational meeting will be held 6 p.m. Thursday, June 25, at Marstel-Day, 513 Prince Edward St., Fredericksburg. LEAP Executive Director Andrew Grigsby will present information and an installer will answer technical questions. Advance registration is available at Eventbrite Solarize.
“This is a community driven initiative, and we hope people will continue sharing the word with friends and neighbors,” Finkelstein said.
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