Sustainable Energy Fund Attends MAREA’s Sustainable Living Open House
By Sustainable Energy Fund
Sustainable Energy Fund is excited to be attending the Mid-Atlantic Renewable Energy Association’s (MAREA) event “Sustainable Living Open House,” which will showcase residential solar in order to educate local residents about the benefits of going solar. This event aligns with the mission of Sustainable Energy Fund’s most recent program, Solarize Lehigh Valley,which aims to minimize the obstacles associated with buying and installing solar for local residents MAREA’s event is scheduled to be held on Saturday, May 5, from 10 AM to 3PM.
Sustainable Energy Fund invites you to join us in supporting MAREA and their event. If you are interested in attending, read on for event details and for more information about MAREA.
Who is MAREA?
MAREA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to educating the public about sustainable living, and advocating for renewable energy production and energy efficiency. MAREA shares Sustainable Energy Fund’s passion for discovery and investigation of renewable energy technologies to reduce the consumption of energy from non-sustainable resources. Like Sustainable Energy Fund, MAREA’s dedication to sustainable living is not only exemplary, it’s impactful. They understand that change is not just necessary in terms of technology, but in terms of how we live day to day and the policies that regulate those behaviors. MAREA is dedicated to innovative thinking that aims to implement solutions for these issues on all levels.
About the event
MAREA is holding their “Sustainable Living Open House” on Saturday, May 5, from 10 AM to 3 PM. The Open House is a self-guided tour whereby area residents open their homes to showcase their sustainable features so that others may see and learn from their experience. Sustainable Energy Fund is aware of the barriers that often prevent local residents from going solar, and we hope that the sustainable features of participating homes will help the public realize those barriers are breakable. There are detailed descriptions and directions for all participating homes on the MAREA’s website, www.themarea.org. The event is open to the public with no RSVP and no charge.
This year’s open house includes homes with solar installations, energy efficiency upgrades, rainwater recycling, electric vehicles, and other sustainable living features. It’s an educational and fun day out with family and friends, and the perfect opportunity to see these sustainable features in action and talk to those with first-hand experience. To see the listing of homes, visit www.themarea.org. If you have any additional questions, please email email@example.com or call 484-646-3295.
Join Sustainable Energy Fund and MAREA at this event to raise awareness for sustainable energy and living. We hope to see you there.