Solar Energy Thrives in the Rogue Valley: A Southern Oregon Climate Action Now Event

In terms of promoting renewable non-carbon polluting energy sources, one of the fastest growing developments is solar energy.  This is just as true in the Rogue Valley as it is elsewhere.  One of the most influential programs promoting solar installation in residential and commercial locations in the valley has been ‘Rogue Solar.’  Initially managed by the Rogue Valley Council of Governments, this program is now administered by Medford-based RHT Energy Solutions, specialists in commercial, industrial and governmental energy conservation and renewable energy.  The Special Topic at SOCAN’s next meeting will feature Tom McDowell present: “Rogue Solar: Increasing Solar Installation Throughout the Valley,”  a discussion of how Rogue Solar has contributed to enhancing solar installations throughout the region, and what the future holds.  Please join us Tuesday May 27th, 6:00 pm at Medford Public Library, 205 S. Central Avenue.

The presentation will be followed at 6:30pm by discussion of SOCAN’s projects designed to ‘take bold action’ against climate change.

For information, visit http://socan.info

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