April 2 | Solar Speed Dating Minneapolis

Solar Heart

Are you a resident of Hennepin County and interested in solar power but unable to install panels on your roof? Perhaps you are a renter, live in a house with a shady roof, or otherwise don’t have the space or capacity to install solar yourself. If so, community solar may be a good option for you. Join us for this free Saturday event to learn more about community solar, learn basic skills for comparing different community solar offers, and meet face-to-face with different developers to see if you can find the “right one.”

Community Solar 101 presentations at 9:30am and 10:30am

9:30-11:30am Solar developer open house (meet and talk with developers, no commitment necessary)

The Community Connections Conference in the Seasons Room of the Minneapolis Convention Center
1301 2nd Avenue South, Second Floor
Minneapolis, MN 55403

This event is free to attend and registration is optional, but encouraged. To register for the Community Connections conference, click here.

Brought to you by:

Fresh Energy:  An independent non-profit organization working to speed the transition to a clean energy economy in Minnesota

Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTS): A statewide partnership in Minnesota with a mission to connect individuals and their communities to the resources they need to identify and implement community-based clean energy projects.

City of Minneapolis’ Community Connections Conference: Join neighbors, community members, non-profit organizations, business leaders, members of Minneapolis’ design community, developers, and City and elected public officials to think BIG about the future of Minneapolis.

If you are a community solar developer with residential solar subscriptions for Hennepin and Ramsey County and would like to participate in the Solar Speed Dating events, contact Alexis Williams at williams@fresh-energy.org.

Are you a resident of Hennepin county and interested in solar power but unable to install panels on your roof? Perhaps you are a renter, live in a house with a shady roof, or otherwise don’t have the space or capacity to install solar yourself.

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