Free Seminar on Renewable Energy Savings and Property Values




Homeowners and business property owners in Northwest Florida will want to attend a free educational seminar on January 7 to learn ways of adding value to their property while saving energy and/or generating renewable energy.

The Property Assessed Clean Energy Program (PACE) will instruct participants in ways to get funding for a home or business energy project, including which improvements are qualified as energy efficiency, wind mitigation and/or renewable generation systems. Access to these funds are not based on credit scores. 

Meeting times are 3 to 5 p.m. for becoming an authorized contractor for PACE and 5 to 7 p.m. for information on obtaining funds for Homeowners and Business property owners. The location is the East of Eden Retreat & Spa, 234 Dog-Hobble Lane, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida.

Refreshments are provided and admission is free to this educational, money-saving event. Seating is limited, so email RSVP to Erin LaGrosse, c/o Erin@GulfCoastnsulation.com by January 2. Pre-qualify for a PACE project online at EvestFlorida.com.

 

See Natural Awakenings PACE article for additional information: http://tinyurl.com/q889csb

 

Northwest Florida Resources and Participants

Outreach Coordinator Veronica Cross

866-558-3180, FloridaPace.gov

Gulf Coast Insulation 

850-685-9709, GulfCoastInsulation.com

Emerald Air

850-244-2665, EmeraldAirServices.com 

or EvercleanGreen.com

Gulf Coast LED Lighting

850-512-0272, GulfCoastLedLighting.com

Compass Solar

850-439-0035, CompassSolar.com

 
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