Presentation to give answers to questions about solar power
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.
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.