OVER 370,000 WATTS AND COUNTING!
Upstate New York is seeing huge strides made with Solar Power, thanks in large part to the efforts of St Lawrence County leaders and the Solarize St Lawrence program.
Solarize St Lawrence has seen tremendous success this summer, with over 40 home and business owners committed to installing new solar systems, adding 370,000+ Watts of renewable energy generation in upstate New York. This type of growth is something that we are always excited to see with the Solarize programs that we are involved with here at Apex, and most of these new customers are the result of informational workshops presented by Solarize St Lawrence and St Lawrence County. The good news is that it’s not over yet!
The next FREE public workshop will be at River Mist Winery, in Ogdensburg, NY on September 21st. Area residents are invited to attend and find out why so many of their neighbors have been going solar with Solarize St Lawrence!
Solarize St Lawrence Workshop at River Mist Winery
Thursday, September 21st from 6pm to 8pm
9830 State Highway 37
Ogdensburg, New York, NY 13669
The River Mist Winery workshop will incorporate a “Solar 101” presentation by Apex Solar Power. This will cover information about the Solarize program, benefits that it brings to area residents and program discounts, as well as details on why solar is a good fit for homes in New York. Followed by ample time for questions and answers, Solarize workshops are the best place to learn about solar in a constructive environment, and have your questions answered about this exciting source of energy. Light refreshments will be provided for attendees, and the event is free to attend.
We would like to thank the folks at River Mist Winery for hosting this next Solarize Event, they have a wonderful business and are a great place to discover some of the best tastes in the North County! Visit their Facebook HERE.
This free event is Supported by NY Sun and NYSERDA. Solarize campaigns are locally organized community outreach efforts aimed at getting a group of homes and businesses in one area to go solar. When groups of neighbors—including residents and businesses—learn about solar and the installation together, the result is an easier process and better pricing. More information about Solarize in New York can be found at NYSERDA’s website here.