New coalition to host solar energy seminar May 10 at Belle Isle Library | News List | City of OKC – OKC Gov (.gov)

by | May 7, 2022 | Energy

Oklahoma City residents and business owners interested in learning about the benefits of solar energy are invited to attend a free solar seminar offered by a new coalition led by the City’s Office of Sustainability and other local organizations called Solarize OKC.The seminar will be held at 6:30 p.m. May 10 at Belle Isle Library, 5501 N. Villa Ave. Sign up www.solarizeOKC.com. Participants can watch the seminar virtually from the Solarize OKC Facebook page.
Seminar topics include the benefits of solar energy, opportunities to sign up for free property assessments, information about group-purchasing discounts, federal tax credit information and will feature remarks from Ward 2 Oklahoma City Councilperson James Cooper. Register for the event at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/solarize-okc-launch-event-tickets-330631125597.
“Increasing education around solar energy is a policy recommendation in our sustainability plan, adaptokc,” said City Councilperson Cooper. “More solar activity in Oklahoma City creates quality local jobs, saves residents money, and supports local businesses with resilient power supplies. I’m grateful Solarize OKC’s inclusive program design ensures low and moderate-income residents have opportunities to reduce their home’s electricity costs.”
The Launch of Solarize OKC
The solar seminar marks the launch of Solarize OKC, a new coalition designed to make solar energy and battery storage more affordable for Oklahoma City residents and businesses. Solarize OKC is the first such coalition of its kind in Oklahoma City.
Solarize initiatives have been adopted in numerous communities around the country since their inception in 2009. 
The public-private coalition includes: RestoreOKC, the City of Oklahoma City’s Office of Sustainability, the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG), the Oklahoma Solar Association, OKC Beautiful, the Oklahoma Renewable Energy Council, the Oklahoma Compost and Sust …

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