Solar Education Week 2017 - February 20th - 26th
Solar Education Week is part of a national movement to spread the good news about solar energy to communities across the country. From coast to coast, community members, high school and college students will host solar education events the last week of February, sparking a coordinated national conversation about access to solar energy.
What is Solar Week?
On February 20th - 26th, 2017 RE-volv and our partners have put out a community call to promote, learn, discuss and collaborate on solar energy. So organize a meeting, a demonstration, a film viewing and post it on our site. And then get out there , organize, and together we can all build more solar!
Remember solar power can combat climate change, offer economic opportunity and provide electricity savings. Win-Win-Win
Check out Solar Education Week events near you on the map below!
Solar Education Week 2017 Events
Did you know that in the U.S. a new solar project was installed every two minutes in the first half of 2015? Or that the solar industry employs more than 208,000 people in the U.S., adding 35,000 jobs in 2015?
Access to solar power is critical for a just and equitable transition to 100% clean energy. Join Solar Education Week to share the good news and increase demand for more solar in your community.
Email info [at] re-volv [dot] org to host a Solar Education Week event!
Solar Education Week events can take many forms. Past Solar Education Week events have included panel discussions with expert speakers from the solar industry, a run down of solar myths and facts followed by Q&A, movie screenings, and solar trivia nights. Read the Solar Education Week event planning toolkit for more ideas.
How do I participate?
1) Set a day, time and location for the event and reserve the space.
2) Come up with a fun event agenda which could include guest speakers, snacks, trivia game, a short film, or a group discussion. Be creative!
3) Register your event by emailing info [at] re-volv [dot] org. Once it's approved, it will show up on the map above.
4) Join the conversation. Tweet, post and Instagram photos and updates from your event using #solaredweek
5) Attend a Solar Education Week event. See the map above to find events near you!
Solar Ed Week events across the country!