Solar Day at Camosun

Speakers include local activist Guy Dauncey and renewable energy leader Dave Egles.

  • Oct. 19, 2011 11:00 a.m.

The forecast Saturday doesn’t call for sun, but that won’t stop Camosun College from hosting a free, fact-filled fun day focused on alternative energy solutions.

Solar Saturday will include workshops on energy efficient homes, LEED green buildings, solar hot water, solar electricity, wind power and geothermal heating.

Speakers include local activist Guy Dauncey and renewable energy leader Dave Egles.

Registration is required by calling 250-370-4563, emailing ttce@camosun.bc.ca or go to camosun.ca/ce/trades.html#470S.

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