Our virtual tour of Keene homes powered by solar was featured in the Keene Sentinel this week. The article introduced the tour and Michele Chalace, one of the homeowners.

[Keene Sentinel] Local homeowners who generate their own solar energy are participating in a “virtual tour” put together by a grassroots group in recognition of National Energy Awareness Month.

The tour, which will go live Oct. 20, will feature Keene residents sharing information about their experiences with solar energy, along with photos and aerial imagery of the systems they’ve installed at their homes, according to a news release from the Keene-based Clean Energy Team.

Nancy Gillard, a spokeswoman for the group, said the tour will serve as a resource for people who are interested in learning more about solar arrays, how to install them and what incentives exist to help. It will include a series of photographs for each of the 16 participating homes, as well as a Q&A with the owners about why they decided to install solar panels and how they went about it.

Read the whole article on the Keene Sentinel website

We’d like to extend a huge thank you to the homeowners who shared their stories and to Sentinel reporter Mia Summerson for covering the tour!

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