Midwest sustainability or solar company? Join the Solar Tour

Midwest sustainability or solar company? Join the Solar Tour

There is Still Time for Contractors and Sustainable Living Advocates Seeking to Host or Sponsor Free, Solar and Sustainable Sites and Tours, Showcasing Money-Saving Innovations for Homes, Businesses, Non-Profits, and Other Sustainable Entities via the October 1-2 National Solar Tour, America's Largest Grassroots Solar Living Event.

Marking the 27th Anniversary of the National Solar Tour, ASES can't think of a better way to celebrate than having all 50 states represented on the Tour. Last year, this program was so close to delivering a 50 state National Solar Tour, with 49 states featured on the Tour. This year ASES is determined to feature Local Solar Tours and Solar Sites in all 50 states! The Tour is still missing solar and sustainability representation in Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, North Dakota, and Texas–among others! Represent your state by signing up to host a Local Solar Tour or Solar Site, either in-person, virtually, or as a hybrid of in-person attendance and virtual photo or video tours by September 15th.

Partnered with The Energy & Environmental Building Alliance (EEBA) this year, the National Solar Tour is an effective program for increasing solar adoption and the implementation of sustainability upgrades by featuring a collection of Local Solar Tours, in addition to single Solar Sites across the country that feature solar and sustainable technologies. This program presents the unique opportunity for solar and sustainability enthusiasts to share their personal process of going solar and implementing sustainable upgrades. Hosts provide genuine recommendations for installers, financing, and accurate information concerning tax credits, rebates, and local laws or issues. Citizens representing every state in the nation and all U.S. territories are invited to show their solar and inspire adoption of energy- and money-saving home and business solutions by hosting or sponsoring a site on the National Solar Tour.

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