Western Massachusetts Green Consortium - Solar Hot Water – Overlooked Potential for Carbon Reduction, November 9, Greenfield

  • 09 Nov 2016
Event Description

Western Massachusetts Green Consortium
Solar Hot Water – Overlooked Potential for Carbon Reduction,

Wednesday, November 9
5-7 pm - and beyond

Platform Sports Bar at Union Station
125A Pleasant Street
Northampton, MA

You are invited to join the Western Mass Green Consortium at the upcoming Green Night from 5PM – 8PM on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, at the Platform Sports Bar, 125A Pleasant Street, Northampton!Construction and Demolition Sustainable Waste Practices.

From 5:00-5:30 grab a drink or order food and chat with others. At 5:30 it’s time to share news, events and make your announcements. The featured presentation begins at 6:00 with Q & A following. At 7:00 we move into the bar where energy is high and we continue with conversations, networking and more food and drink.

Join presenter Spartan Giordano, who runs Spartan Solar, a full service solar hot water company in Greenfield, MA, and the Western Mass Green Consortium. Spartan Solar also installs mini-splits and heat pump hot water heaters. Spartan has studied building science and energy efficiency at Greenfield Community College. He also designed and built his own super-energy efficient home which was the recipient of the 2015 NESEA Zero Net Energy Award.

Many thanks to the evening's sponsor, Stiebel Eltron!

To learn more:

The Western Mass Green Consortium (WMGC) believes the development of a just and sustainable economy requires the participation of community members from all sectors and income levels WMGCs mission is to support sustainable living and sustainable building in Western Massachusetts through:
1. Regular Public Networking Events
2. Improved Cross-sector Collaboration
3. Educational and Participant-led Workshops
4. Support for Select Mission-driven Projects

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