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Energy Efficiency and Clean Energy Expo

Sustainable Arizona director John Neville invites the public to visit the Sedona Clean and Green Energy Expo

John Neville of Sustainable Arizona invites the public to attend the Sedona Clean and Green Energy Expo

Sedona AZ (March 11, 2010) – This is a second reminder of an important energy savings exposition coming soon to Sedona!

Are you worried about the rising costs for heating and cooling your home? Are you a little too cold in the winter and a bit too hot in the summer? Do you think solar might be the solution? Are you confused by all the new government tax credits and utility rebates? Then join your friends and neighbors at a Clean Energy Expo at the Sedona Elks Lodge on Saturday, March 27, 2015, from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

It’s free!

See new technologies in solar and clean energy systems. Learn how to make your home more comfortable and efficient while saving money on your energy bills. Find out about the tax credits, rebates and financing options may be available to you. Now is the time to Go Green.

This event is hosted by the Elks Lodge of Sedona and staged by Sustainable Arizona. Both organizations are dedicated to improving the quality of life in local communities. Sustainable Arizona has staged similar events in Prescott, Flagstaff and the Sedona Public Library. This year, these Clean Energy Expos are supported in part by a grant from the Sedona Community Foundation.

The Expo will feature displays of solar technologies, ground-source heating and cooling, energy auditing, electric vehicles and conservation technologies. In addition, representatives from the NACOG Weatherization Program will be there to explain how people with limited incomes can obtain free home upgrades to reduce their monthly expenses. There will also be information on tax credits, utility rebates and financing options.

Now is the time to Go Green! It can be easier than you think. For more information on clean energy and conservation, visit www.SustainableArizona.org or www.APS.com.

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