Pre­sen­ta­tion to give an­swers to ques­tions about so­lar power

The Tribune (SLO) - - Local - BY KATHE TAN­NER ktan­[email protected]­bune­news.com

A free pro­gram ex­plor­ing so­lar power op­tions will be pre­sented 10 a.m. Sun­day at Linn’s Easy As Pie, 4251 Bridge St.

So­lar ad­vo­cate Wil­liam Seavey of Cam­bria, who wrote the book “The So­lar So­lu­tion,” or­ga­nized and will lead the pre­sen­ta­tion, which is to in­clude rep­re­sen­ta­tives from So­lar­pon­ics, Sun­run and the SLO non­profit Sun­work.org.

Seavey has his own DIY backup so­lar power sys­tem, which he ex­plains in the book and at www.pow­er­from­sun.com.

He said in a re­cent email in­ter­view that

THERE’S NO CHARGE TO AT­TEND THE “SO­LAR AL­TER­NA­TIVES TO PG&E” PRO­GRAM. REG­IS­TRA­TION AT [email protected] IN AD­VANCE IS EN­COUR­AGED.

The Tri­bune News file photo

Cal Poly Pres­i­dent Jef­frey Arm­strong talks about the ben­e­fits the univer­sity will gain from its 18.5-acre so­lar farm at a rib­bon­cut­ting on Jan. 28, 2018. The “So­lar Al­ter­na­tives to PG&E” pro­gram Sun­day, at Linn’s Easy As Pie, “will an­swer ques­tions of a tech­ni­cal and cost na­ture, as many peo­ple are con­fused by the sub­ject.” The pro­gram is free.

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