Energize Wayland

5/4: Solar Power– Short Circuited or Wired In?

On Thursday, May 4, join the 350MA Metrowest Node for a presentation on “Solar Power– Short Circuited or Wired In?” Why is Eversource is looking to short-circuit solar power? What legislation is proposed to expand solar, stop spending ratepayer money on unneeded fossil fuel infrastructure, and allow the Public Utilities Commission to consider projects that would enhance a sustainable and just energy future?

The Nodes invites all to attend to learn and to share ideas about advocacy and local actions at this public event.

Thursday, May 4th, 7 – 9:30 PM.
Peace Lutheran Church, 107 Concord Rd., Wayland.

Light refreshments available.

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