Residents of Lyme and Old Lyme are invited to a joint Solarize workshop next Monday, Feb. 2, at 6 p.m. at Lyme-Old Lyme Middle School. The event has been rescheduled from Monday, Jan. 26, when it postponed due to the winter storm. It will bring together informed town residents, solar installers, solar finance experts, and representatives of the Connecticut Green Bank.
The Solarize campaigns in the two towns have generated strong interest with over 110 residents registering their properties for a free solar evaluation. This workshop will provide information for both newcomers to the process, as well as those who are already actively involved in evaluating their options.
Computers and solar coaches will be available to help residents sign into the online marketplace platform and get started with their free evaluation.
There are 15 communities in Round 5 of Solarize – with a goal to more than double the amount of solar in each community. Over 40 communities have already participated in Solarize campaigns, resulting in over 2,000 homeowners signing contracts for solar.
For those seeking help with the online marketplace platform, call Kimberly Le at 617.302.6523.
In the event of a snow cancellation, the meeting will be held the following week, Monday Feb. 2, at 6 p.m.