We launched Co-op Solar on March 14th. Since then, 400 Co-op members and Chittenden County residents have told us they’re interested in adding solar hot water to their home. About half have taken the next step and scheduled a site assessment.
Our Co-op Solar program ends on June 30th.
So, if you’re interested in solar hot water for your home, now’s the time to gather information and schedule your site assessment.
Combine your interest in healthy food and solar hot water – and come to our next Co-op Solar info session at Healthy Living Café and Market, on Thursday June 7th, starting at 7:00 p.m.
We’ll have a short presentation to cover solar hot water basics – how it works, what it costs, why Co-op Solar makes good economic sense – and then there will be plenty of time for your questions.
Send your RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (802) 860-4090.
We launched Co-op Solar because, like our members, we’re concerned about high oil prices. We want to help our members use less oil, make good financial choices and save money:
- Save up to 50% on a solar hot water heater
- Save $10,000 – $20,000 in heating oil and propane costs over the next 20 years
- Save with VSECU’s Solar Loan program – discounted rates and $0 down
These savings will not be available after June 30th.
If you can’t join us at Healthy Living on June 7th, go to Co-op Solar to sign up for your free site assessment and to get more information.