Free online solar power co-op benefits class for Florida residents

Florida residents are encouraged to attend an online class to learn more about the benefits of joining a solar energy cooperative.

The Solar United Neighbors will host the class online on Thursday, June 23, from at 6 p.m. for all residents interested in learning about solar power technology, economics, and financing. The group will also discuss the Miami-Dade, Hillsborough, and Orange County Co-ops that have are free to join and do not require a solar purchase.

To sign up for the class, visit the Florida Solar United Neighbors Florida Solar 101 webpage.

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