Solar 101 topic of Lunch Series


Interested in solar energy for your home or organization but unsure how to get started? Or perhaps you’re generally curious or interested in what solar energy is and how solar works to save money. 

At noon Friday, the Lunch with the League series will host Dan Robinson from Solar United Neighbors at the Fusion 54 building, 101 W. Main St., Crawfordsville. Robinson will provide information and answer questions about solar energy and how to get on board through a co-op opportunity which is free to join. He will talk about the technology, economics, financing and more.

SUN (https://www.solarunitedneighbors.org/) is a national organization that advocates for pro-solar policy and helps businesses, homeowners and nonprofits go solar. They have 16 co-ops in Indiana so far with partners including Hoosier
Environmental Council, Sierra Club Hoosier Chapter, Earth Charter Indiana, Citizens Action Coalition and the cities of Carmel, Fishers, Zionsville and Noblesville. The City of Crawfordsville and the League of Women Voters of Montgomery County are also SUN co-op members. The Youth Service Bureau, a local non-profit organization, is using solar, and the Boys & Girls Club of Montgomery County is in the process of adding solar, making Crawfordsville the most solarized city of its size in Indiana.

Plan to bring your lunch and join the LWV for this unique presentation.