Houston Central Solar Co-Op for Houses of Worship & Their Members
June 2 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pmFree and open to the public.
Free and open to the public.
Speaker, Dori Wolfe, Solar Energy Expert
Sunday, Jun. 2, 2 p.m.
St. Philip Presbyterian Church & online
The Interfaith Environmental Network of Houston invites houses of worship
& their members to learn how they can go solar for less as part of the
Houston Central Solar Co-Op. A co-op leverages bulk-purchasing power to
get discounted pricing. Each participant gets an individual solar quote, but a
single installer is selected for the group.
Neighbors in the Houston area have already formed a solar co-op to save money
and make going solar easier, with the help of nonprofit Solar United Neighbors.
Houston Renewable Energy Group (HREG), the South Union Community
Development Corporation, and the Interfaith Environmental Network of Houston
are sponsoring the co-op. The group already has over 30 participants.
At this informational session, you’ll learn how solar works, how it can be financed,
how it is installed, and how you can join the Co-Op. For homeowners, this is the last
year to get the full solar tax credit, so come learn how you can participate!
Our speaker, Dori Wolfe, is founder of two solar energy companies, and has worked
to bring community solar projects to fruition since 2012.
Please join us at St Philip Presbyterian Church,
4807 San Felipe in Houston, 77056
or online, via a simultaneous web meeting.
Please register for the event here;
You can also contact Lisa Brenskelle at email@example.com for more information.