By now you’ve heard that solar power is starting to take hold in homes across the US, but have you considered it for your home? Now is your chance to see solar, up close and personal with the National Solar Tour.

The National Solar Tour is a chance for people all around the country to learn about solar, meet their neighbors, and see solar power at work in their communities. Solar owners host solar open house events to share their experience going solar and interested visitors get the opportunity to ask questions and consider going solar themselves. Events are volunteer-led, free, and open to the public. The Tour is organized by Solar United Neighbors and the American Solar Energy Society, along with tons of local organizations and solar installation companies across the country.

We invite everyone to come visit the homes CSUSA is hosting at the National Solar Tour (October 5th 2019). Even if you are at the early stages of considering going solar or you simply support solar in your community, we encourage you to attend a solar open house on the National Solar Tour!

For a full list of homes in your area visit https://www.nationalsolartour.org/localtours/creative-solar-usa-tour/ then click on the location you are wishing to visit and RSVP!!

Time is running out, so don’t delay, be sure to RSVP today!!

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