The public can view Solar Energy Installations in Tulsa and NW Arkansas during the 2008 National Solar Tour. For home and business owners interested in solar technology, the 13th Annual National Solar Tour on October 4th in Tulsa and October 11th in Bentonville, Arkansas will provide the opportunity to see commercial and residential solar energy projects across several area counties.
The nonprofit American Solar Energy Society (ASES) is bringing together more than 5,000 homeowners, public agencies and business people across the U.S. to introduce tens of thousands of citizens to money-saving solar technologies, the largest grassroots solar event in the history of the U.S.
The National Solar Tour includes a brief educational seminar and guided tours. The ASES National Solar Tour features real-life examples of how folks are using the latest solar technologies to 1) reduce monthly energy bills, 2) reduce harmful carbon emissions, 3) enjoy tax credits, and 4) increase property value.
“Runaway energy costs is the economic issue Americans believe most personally affects them,” said Neal Lurie, Director of Marketing for ASES.
The nationwide tours are slated for October 4th . This event is open to the public. Details on the specific dates and times of tours across the nation are at: www.NationalSolarTour.org .
What: ASES National Solar Tour
When: Tulsa, October 4th , 10:00 a.m., Arkansas, October 11th.
Where: Tulsa tour starts at: Sun City Solar, 6709 E. 81st Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma,
Arkansas Tour starts at: NW Community College, Shewmaker Center, Bentonville, Arkansas