The Woodbridge Energy Challenge invites you to a “last chance” solar workshop at the Woodbridge Town Library on June 9. To attend, please register at ctsolarchallenge.com/Woodbridge
The CT Solar Challenge is offering discounted pricing on solar installations to Woodbridge residents through July 31. At this workshop residents will have a chance to ask questions and learn what makes a good solar site and learn about financing options.
“The Woodbridge Energy Challenge is about giving Woodbridge residents the tools to go solar and save energy,”said First Selectman Ellen Scalettar. “I urge you to look into these options to see how you can help Woodbridge be a greener and more energy efficient town.”
CT Solar Challenge helps communities by leveraging group purchasing power to lower the cost of residential solar installations. Additionally, Woodbridge will earn a free solar energy system to be installed on a Town property. The size of the solar energy system will be determined by the number of residents that participate in the CT Solar Challenge.
To date 12 Woodbridge residents have signed contracts with Aegis Solar, the Town’s chosen vendor, for a total of 103.54 kW of solar power. In addition to all the clean energy that will be generated on these residents’homes, the Town will receive a free 2kW solar array.