Thursday April 21, 7:00pm
Have you been solar curious but not known how to make it work for you? Then join us for our Explore Solar Virtual Panel on Thursday April 21 at 7:00pm. Three expert panelists will discuss different ways to incorporate solar into your energy use and how it can positively impact our environment. We will also have a live Q&A.
- Is my house too shady?
- Can I access solar energy as a renter?
- What are the upfront costs?
- What is community solar?
- Can I afford solar energy?
- How does it work?
- Does solar really make an impact on climate change?
Get answers to these questions and any of your additional questions by attending on April 21st. Register here to receive the meeting link. A recording will also be made available after the event if you are unable to attend live.
Frank Jossi, climate journalist and correspondent for Midwest Energy News covers energy issues involving wind, solar, hydro, biomass, combined heat and power, public policy, utilities, energy innovation and more.
Kyle Samejima, Executive Director Minneapolis Climate Action, brings experience working in sustainability education, environmental advocacy, outreach, education, community organizing, equity and integration at the Institute on the Environment, Hennepin County Environment and Energy department, Governor Dayton’s office, Minneapolis Public Schools, and as an assistant instructor for Sustainability classes at the University of Minnesota.
Mark Weber is the president of the Minnesota Renewable Energy Society that has been advocating for renewable energy in Minnesota since 1978. He got involved with MRES after putting a 5.9kWh PV system on his house in 2011. Mark is a member of the Eaton Society of Inventors, and currently works on the design of military and hybrid vehicles.