RE/MAX Residential Solar PV Workshop

RE/MAX Residential Solar PV Workshop

  Register here. This free workshop will walk you through the basics of solar photovoltaic, the incentives and financing options available to you, and the easy steps necessary to put solar on your home. The workshop is presented by the ARiES Solar team, named a 2013 Top 250 Solar Energy Contractor.    What you will learn:  How the Tennessee Solar Program works Incentives Credits Federal tax credits Applications Overview of a Typical Grid-Tied System Financial performance Functionality Other unique Solar Installations Grid-tied battery backup Grid-tied with electrical generator ARiES energy offers turnkey solutions: design, paperwork, installation, and warranty maintenance. Check out a few of our solar installations here. Recommendations TVA has an annual cap on the solar programs it offers. The commercial solar PV for 2014 has already been oversubscribed. The residential program is filling rapidly, but there is still some room! If you are interested in solar for your home and would like a quote before the workshop, please visit the ARiES Solar workshop page to request a solar PV estimate here.   Contact: Ryan Levenson RE/MAX Preferred Properties ryanlevenson@remax.net 865-218-1185 www.ryanlevenson.com   Copyright © 2014 ARiES Solar , All rights reserved. unsubscribe from this list update subscription preferences...
EPA Recognizes City of Ducktown as Clean Air Excellence Award Winner

EPA Recognizes City of Ducktown as Clean Air Excellence Award Winner

Pictured: Ducktown Mayor James Talley and EPA Assistant Administrator Janet McCabe   CONTACT: Carissa CyranCyran.carissa@epa.gov 202-564-4363202-564-4355 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEApril 2, 2014EPA Honors 2014 Clean Air Excellence Awards Winners Communities, public health and U.S. economy benefit from winners’ work on clean air initiatives WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today is presenting the 2014 Clean Air Excellence Awards honoring nine projects from across the United States and one individual for their work on clean air and climate initiatives. The award recognizes innovative programs that protect Americans’ health and the environment, educate the public, serve their communities and stimulate the economy.“The innovative projects from this year’s Clean Air Excellence Award winners will protect air quality in communities across the country,” said Janet McCabe, EPA Acting Assistant Administrator for the Office of Air and Radiation. “These winners are educating our communities, inspiring organizations to take action and developing cutting-edge programs that will cut harmful pollution, improve public health, and make our cities and towns more sustainable.” From improving indoor air quality in Tribal communities in the Northwest to installing solar panels in Tennessee, award winners demonstrate a commitment to improving the air that we breathe and addressing climate change. This year’s winners include: Clean Air TechnologyMontgomery County Resource Recovery Facility – Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection, Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority, and Covanta Energy – Dickerson, MD Community ActionRegional 8-Hour Ozone Flex Planning – Central Texas Clean Air Coalition – Austin, TXDucktown 28-Kilowatt Solar Array – City of Ducktown – Ducktown, TN Education OutreachIdle Free Louisville – Kentuckiana Air Education – Louisville, KYImproving Tribal Indoor Air Quality — Tribal Healthy Homes...