Tag Archive: solar energy

Maryland Solar Lobby Day on February 13

This is our moment in the sun! Join fellow solar advocates to walk the Capitol halls, meet with decision-makers, and spread the word about the benefits of solar. With a

Let’s Go Solar

Have you thought about going solar but not quite sure where to start? This session brings together experts on going solar specifically participating in a solar cooperative and community solar.

Check out the Energy Roadshow!

The Energy Roadshow is your one stop event for all things energy related in the County. It is an open house setting and residents will be encouraged to come and

MUST ASK Questions for Solar

On average, once a homeowner has decided they want to switch to solar, they will interview at least three solar installation companies before choosing the one they will go with.

Solar Co-op Informational Session

Join us this year for the 3rd Montgomery County Solar Co-op. You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to switch to clean energy, meet other residents who are

Solar Co-op Info-session: White Oak

Join us this year for the 3rd Montgomery County Solar Co-op. You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to switch to clean energy, meet other residents who are

Solar Co-op Info-session: Gaithersburg

Join us this year for the 3rd Montgomery County Solar Co-op. You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to switch to clean energy, meet other residents who are

Solar Co-op Info-session: Takoma Park

Join us this year for the 3rd Montgomery County Solar Co-op. You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to switch to clean energy, meet other residents who are

Solar Co-op Info-session: Poolesville

Join us this year for the 3rd Montgomery County Solar Co-op. You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to switch to clean energy, meet other residents who are
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Solar energy technology, demystified

DEP’s Energy Intern Miles Braxton dives into the nuts and bolts about how solar photovoltaic (PV) panels collect energy from the sun and convert it to electricity.   Why renewables?