TSEA Workshop for Homes, Businesses and Farms at UT Conference Center
October 18, 2012 @ 10:00 pm – October 19, 2012 @ 1:30 am
UT Conference Center, Thursday October 18, 2012
The Tennessee Solar Energy Association (TSEA) in collaboration with the Tennessee Renewable Energy and Economic Development Council (TREEDC) is holding a workshop for those interested in installing solar for their homes, businesses and farms.
The workshop will be held at the U.T. Conference Center in downtown Knoxville. The date for the workshop is the evening of Oct. 18, beginning at 6 and ending at 9:30 p.m.
Details are available on www.TNSolarEnergy.org and sign-up for the event is found under the events heading of the website.
Experts will provide the information needed by parties that are interested in solar for their home or business and are looking to reduce the cost by doing some or all of the work themselves.
Attendees will receive a manual containing articles on each aspect of solar purchasing of equipment and how the equipment is assembled to produce electricity from sunlight. The manual will contain examples of home solar projects as published in Home Power magazine.
Registration may be completed using PayPal, check or credit card. The cost for the dinner buffet, the manual and the instruction is $30 for everyone except for TSEA and TREEDC members who will have a $5 discount. Space is limited, and only 15 seats remain. Free parking will be available at the Locust Street garage across the street from the U.T. Conference Center.
About the Tennessee Solar Energy Association — The Tennessee Solar Energy Association is a non-profit charter- member of the American Solar Energy Society (ASES). We are dedicated to educating Tennesseans about the many unique benefits of using solar energy. We invite all solar energy professionals, educators, policy makers, business people, and environmentally conscious citizens to join us in teaching others to view our sun’s energy output as the extremely valuable resource it is.