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Tools for Sustainability Lecture

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Date/Time
Date(s) - November 21, 2019
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Clatsop Community College, Columbia Hall 219

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The Tools for Sustainability Lecture Series, starts off Thursday, November 21st at 7 pm, with a presentation from Sunbridge Solar at Clatsop Community College, Columbia Hall Room 219. The speaker series will focus on giving people tools to make effective choices beneficial to the environment and pocketbook, to mitigate climate change.

The Series will occur monthly at the college, through April, covering various aspects of sustainable energy, net zero housing remodeling, Energy Savings, Electric Vehicles and more.

Sunbridge Solar, a company based in Vancouver, Washington, has been providing solar installation services for over nine years to Washington and Oregon residents. Justin Turet and Jim Steiner will present information on solar and answer questions for home and business owners.

Justin Tiret has been serving the growing solar and storage industry for over four years. He helps homeowners, farms, non-profits and businesses convert to clean energy. State and Federal rebates, as well as all particulars about installing solar will be discussed and demonstrated.

Jim Steiner knows there’s lots of room for growth. The industry is booming with more cost effective installations and storage systems available for homeowners and businesses in the last few years. He welcomes questions and queries from all participants.

Current Oregon solar incentives allow homeowners and businesses to lower the upfront cost associated with a brand new solar energy system. By combining free, renewable energy with lucrative state and federal solar tax credits, thousands of Oregon consumers, from across the state, are choosing to realize the short and long-term benefits of solar.

So please attend the first Tools for Sustainability Lecture, November 21 at 7 pm in Columbia Hall, Room 219, Clatsop Community College, 1651 Lexington Avenue, Astoria, OR 97103, if you are curious about what you can do about Climate Change and lessening your carbon footprint.