Solar for Homeowners and Small Businesses
Saturday, September 23rd from 1-2 p.m.
El Dorado County Library
Liberty Utilities will host a free Solar for Homeowners and Small Businesses workshop this month to provide information on solar energy as well as its Solar Incentive Program.
Utility representatives will be available to discuss various aspects of installing and using solar energy for both residential and small business facilities. Anyone can attend, but only Liberty Utilities customers are eligible to apply for the utility’s Solar Incentive Program (SIP) which provides cash incentives to offset the cost of installing solar panels on their home or small business; schools within Liberty’s service territory are also eligible. Liberty Utilities’ SIP was launched in late July, and already 30 customers have applied for the program. Representatives will also discuss energy efficiency options available through Liberty Utilities, including free energy
audits to identify ways homeowners and businesses can save on both energy use and costs. Although reservations are not required, interested individuals are encouraged to arrive early as seating space may be limited.
About Liberty Utilities
Liberty Utilities Co. owns and operates regulated water, wastewater, natural gas and electric transmission and distribution utilities in 13 states, delivering responsive and reliable essential services to approximately 800,000 customers across the United States. With a local approach to management, service and support, we deliver efficient, dependable services to meet the needs of our customers. Liberty Utilities provides a superior customer experience through walk-in customer centers, locally focused conservation and energy efficiency initiatives, and programs for businesses and residential customers. We measure our performance in terms of service reliability, an enjoyable customer experience, and an unwavering dedication to public and workplace safety. Liberty Utilities currently operates in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, Oklahoma and Texas. For more information, please visit www.LibertyUtilities.com or contact Kathy Carter.