Connecticut's Opportunity to Shine
Empowering Customers and Communities with Solar
This event will highlight how solar can empower customers and communities with more control over their energy, savings on their electric bills, local investment and jobs, and a healthier environment. Specifically, we will be highlighting the Low-Income Solar Policy Guide and how Connecticut has already opened up access to solar for hundreds of customers, and how shared solar and stronger low-income policies can further expand access to solar in the state.
When: Monday, April 3rd at 10:00 am
Where: Neighborhood Housing Services' Home Improvement & Energy Conservation Lab
333 Sherman Ave, New Haven, CT 06511
Event contact: Sean Garren: firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is free and open to the public. Local advocates, community members, and anyone interested in promoting a brighter energy future in Connecticut is encouraged to attend.
Emcee: Paula Panzarella, New Haven Clean Energy Task Force
Melanie Santiago-Mosier - Low-Income Solar Access Program Director, Vote Solar
Claire Coleman - Energy & Environment Attorney, Connecticut Fund for the Environment
Isabelle Hazlewood, Connecticut Green Bank
TBD, Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven
Invited Honored Guests:
Senator Gary Winfield
Representative Lonnie Reed
Local press are invited and encourage to attend.