Simple Solar Workshop Update

Monday night we had another homeowner workshop oriented around green building, and sustainable solutions. This time our focus was on Solar electric solutions and there were lots of great questions about the rebates, tax incentives, and costs associated with solar electric solutions.

Also, we found out that there were great questions answered about the durability and life cycle of solar electric systems. If you missed it this time, we’ll have another event at Simple Solar in Boulder sometime in the first quarter of 2009. Bring your questions.

If you have any questions about our community workshops, or other real estate issues you want to address, please call or email me soon, and I’ll work with you to get you the info you need.

With almost 20 people, it was a perfectly sized group of people for the smooth presentation and consistent Q & A. It was also a dynamic group as some people were mostly focused on cost issues, while others talked about their concern regarding ecological ideologies they embrace.

You may wonder if all the folks at the meeting were ‘green’ oriented, and that’s hard to say. We got to hear questions from engineers, brand new homeowners, a couple who is ready to buy their first home, and one of my clients that is planning to build his own home in the Fort Collins area.

There were people from Westminster, Denver, Superior, Arvada, Niwot, and Broomfield. What a great geographical mix!

You might want to come to the next workshop on solar electric if you want to learn more about the return on investment (ROI) of a solar system, the added value of your home with a solar electric system, or the durability of the actual panels on a roof.

If you have thoughts or questions about solar electric systems, perhaps a real estate investment opportunity, or just want to talk about something related to your home, please call or email me now!
-Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor® and EcoBroker®


One Response to “Simple Solar Workshop Update”

  1. Total Solar Energy on November 19th, 2008 7:23 am

    really cool idea getting the local community involved. they go away from the meeting and tell one of their friends. word of mouth is the best form of advertising

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