EVENT: Saskatchewan Solar Tour - June 21, 2014

EVENT: Saskatchewan Solar Tour - June 21, 2014

Postby Oscar » Mon May 26, 2014 4:26 pm

EVENT: Saskatchewan Solar Tours is having its 5th annual tour on Saturday June 21, 2014 (summer solstice).

[ https://www.facebook.com/SaskatchewanSolarTour ]

The tour will showcase the most innovative applications of solar technology used for the production of electricity and heat.

This year’s tour includes a solar farm, a solar hot-air collector, the largest residential solar-electric (photovoltaic) systems, building-integrated photovoltaics, a multiple-dwelling solar hot water system, and a solar/geothermal hybrid horse-riding arena.

The morning tour will be travelling in and around Regina.

The afternoon tour will travel to Moose Jaw and area. As well as door prizes, there will be a ticket draw for an inverter/charger worth $640.

The bus is air-conditioned and has a bathroom. All carbon emissions will be offset. Elizabeth May and David Suzuki have been invited.

Join like-minded people to learn about working examples of solar technologies.

Talk to solar contractors and designers about the costs of installing solar systems.

Meet homeowners who produce their own heat and electricity without greenhouse gases.

Tours and Prices

Morning (Regina) $25
Afternoon (Moose Jaw) $25
All-Day Tour $40 (bring a lunch!)

The bus departs from Candy Cane Park in Regina at 9 am and 12 pm (noon) and from Mac The Moose, Moose Jaw at 1 pm.

Tickets:
Tickets are available in Regina at Eat Health Foods (3030 – 12th Ave) and Nature’s Best Market (2224 -14 Ave).
In Moose Jaw tickets are available at Alternate Roots Organics (16 Athabasca Street West).

Sponsors:
The tour gratefully acknowledges this year’s sponsors: 2B Green Solar Power Ltd., EcoFriendly Sask., Kelln Solar, and CSI Sustainable Concepts

Contact:
David Orban at 306-522-6543 or davidajorban@hotmail.com

See our Facebook Page at “Saskatchewan Solar Tour” and like our page!
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