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CT Solar News !


Welcome to fall Fun in the Sun!
join us Sat. 29th 2 PM for a SEAC program
(click this) An update of Solar's future in Connecticut


Look for several opportunities, nationwide, to personally see solar energy in use during the American Solar Energy Association's "Solar home Tour" during October.

Ever wonder about the subsidies given to fossil fuels?

How is the world seeing "America's" great path towards renewable energy?

RE news-see more here

...Got SUN?
Maybe you should.. Go Solar?...State residential solar incentive rebate is almost gone, but federal tax credits are still 30% of your out-of-pocket installed cost

Try a Solar Awning that gives both window shade to keep cool, while directly running a ceiling fan or charging your cell phone
(its also saving part of your electric bill...)


or, try Solar Cooking?
to avoid the hot summer kitchen ...

You can cook the food using the Sun while you play in the Sun elsewhere!

contact Gail using for encouragement.


Did you know that GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE once offered a
certificate in Solar Technology?

Many solar companies value such training, YET the college has stopped to offer classes ..if you wish to support such solar training, in spite of state budget cuts,

Please contact the Dept. Engineering and Applied Technologies --- and direct your phone calls to
 Eric Flynn at 203.285.2368

see GWCC web page ?

FUN WITH THE SUN Highlights!

the solar community is forging ahead- you too can help shape your future.

energy options

Classic "Hot Links" of solar interest:

enjoy these hot links such as the SEAC presentation - being held next week in Glastonbury,CT
other, hot topics in sustainable energy, and helpful review items below.

Solar Cooking FAQ
Solar Cooking International

DSIREUSA: best incentive listings

Connecticut Clean Energy Fund-CCEF is now Connecticut Green Bank

Northeast Sustainable Energy Association-area portion of ASES

SEAC Solar Energy Association of Connecticut-a local NESEA chapter

Solar Connecticut- professional association

P.A.C.E. clean energy-advocate group

Energy Guide newsletter

Solar Nation

Home Power Magazine

look for futre Solar Decathlons

the new "Get into Energy " website for CT .....

Home builder’s guide to going solar from NREL

Volunteers Wanted
to get some "hands-on" practice for a couple of environmental centers..
contact Gail- (former students preferred) is GAil's company email if you wish to drop a note, or need more information

Please send in your favorite suggestions for more web resources that you find, and I'll post them here for all to share!

hopefully the ads that appear as part of using this "free web page" will not be too obnoxious--no endorsements are intended...( unless it is pro-solar!)