Utah Renewable Energy Conference 2010


Utah Solar Energy Association

Now is the time to go solar! Take advantage of the new renewable energy rebate for home & business owners while it lasts!

The Utah State Energy Program will be offering a new rebate for home and business owners that install solar energy. That means if you install solar energy on your home or business you could get a check in the mail for thousands of dollars back! Whether or not you have ever thought about solar energy now is the time to learn about how it can save you money on your monthly bills and increase the value of your home. This year might also be the best time to go solar as more than 50% of the cost may be covered with the available tax credits and the new rebate.

The solar rebate is an exciting new program intended to stimulate economic growth and create jobs, but it will not last forever and everyone will have questions about how it works. To help answer those questions the Utah Solar Energy Association's Utah Renewable Energy Conference 2010 will focus on the new rebate and provide a physical location where you can come and learn about the details of the new rebate and how much money it could save you. In addition, the conference will have information sessions on energy efficiency upgrades for your home, different solar technologies, and other topics. Solar installers and other renewable energy companies will also be on site so you can ask specific questions about how energy efficiency and renewable energy upgrades would work for your home or business.

This event will be held on Saturday, March 27th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and it will be located at the Salt Lake Community College Miller Campus off I-15 at 9750 South in Sandy. Admission is $5 for an individual or $10 for a family, and your conference admission will get you $100 off a solar energy system from any of the solar installers participating in the conference! Register now, and check back often for updates! To register and pay via PayPal use the button below:

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