Looking for information about solar power? Find answers at a discussion of sunlight as a source of clean, renewable energy. Jerry Robock, a founder of Northeast Smart Energy (CT) and now a Kittery resident, will lead a program on solar energy on Friday, June 14, at 7 PM at York Public Library. He will explain how solar installations convert sunlight to energy, utility billing, potential costs and savings, and solar installations that might be possible in York. The program “Solar Energy: Basics, Affordability and Possibilities for York” is offered by York Ready for Climate Action, a citizens’ group that advocates for clean, renewable, affordable energy.
The Library is at 15 Long Sands Road. All YRF100 events are free and offer refreshments. For more information, see yorkreadyfor100.org or [email protected].