CLARKSBORO — On July 19 from noon to 3 p.m., GreenFaith, an interfaith environmental nonprofit organization, and Green Power Energy will offer a Solar Screening Event at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Clarksboro.
This event offers homeowners the chance to be screened for a zero-cost solar installation that would provide them with savings on their energy costs. “We’re excited to host this event and invite all members of our local communities to join us to see if their property is suitable for solar,” said Fr. Daniel Gunn, Priest-in-Charge.
At the Screening Event, there will be a monitor set up enabling interested homeowners to have their home screened via satellite photos to see if their property appears to be suitable for solar. Green Power Energy will also do a short educational presentation on their residential solar programs and discuss the basics of solar energy.
“It’s an enjoyable, interesting way to learn about solar power,” said Rev. Fletcher Harper, GreenFaith’s Executive Director. “We’re eager to work with faith-based and nonprofit sites around New Jersey to identify homeowners whose home qualifies for this great opportunity.”
For every home that successfully goes solar through this Solar Screening Event and related on-line registration, GreenFaith will make a $250 contribution to St. Peter’s.
This offer is open to all New Jersey homeowners and the public is welcome to this event. This is a great time to invite friends and neighbors to join us to learn about St. Peter’s Church, while also learning if their home might qualify for a no-cost solar installation.
More information is available on St. Peter’s website at www.stpetersclarksboro.org/solar.html. St. Peter’s is located at 304 Kings Highway in Clarksboro. The event will be held in the Parish Hall and parking is available at the rear of the building.