Community Shared Solar Event, MCAN Chapter Get Together Dec, 9 - 6 pm, Brookline

  • 09 Dec 2015
Event Description

Community Solar Panel/MCAN Event (Mass Climate Action Network)
December 09, 2015 at 6pm - 9pm

All Saints Parish Church
1773 Beacon St
Brookline, MA

We are holding a round table to get chapter leaders and members together to talk to each other and to learn about community shared solar and to help smooth the path for local projects.

Do you currently have a community shared solar project, are interested in starting one or have no idea how to start? This event will bring you up to speed! This is a perfect event to chat with other climate activists and leaders, learn interesting information, and eat some tasty treats.


Isaac Baker - Co-op Power, working to build and update community shared solar models and coordinating a 595 kW solar system development in Greenfield.

David Beavers - Cadmus Group, working to provide technical, financial and business assistance to close to 100 hundred communities in Massachusetts.

Emma Krause - Green Communities and Renewables Division at the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER)

Ani Krishnan - Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) Energy team

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