Event Calendar

Events for Thursday, February 11, 2021

2021 Cuyahoga County Solar Co-op Online Info Session
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Join the Cuyahoga County Solar Co-Op!

In recent years, rooftop solar has become an increasingly common and affordable way to reduce household energy costs while decreasing reliance on fossil fuels. Now, residents of Cuyahoga County have an opportunity to join the County’s 2021 Solar Co-op. The Co-op – which is offered in partnership with Solar United Neighbors (a nonprofit solar advocacy group) – enables its members to save money by negotiating below market rate group pricing. In addition to the existing 26% federal tax credit, co-op members generally save 15-20% off the cost of their system. Members also receive an education concerning all aspects of rooftop solar and vendor-neutral support throughout the entire process.

Join the movement! Ninety-nine households participated in Cuyaghoga County’s 2020 Co-op. Each of these households is predicted to save an estimated $10,000 - $25,000 over 25 years. In addition, participants have significantly reduced the amount of carbon and other pollutants that they emit into the environment.

Interested? Visit www.solarunitedneighbors.org/CCOH Attend an online information session by clicking on ‘Events’ at the top of the webpage. Our next session is scheduled for Thursday, February 11th, at 6:00 PM. Topics covered will include:

- Tax incentives
- Financing options
- Technical advances
- Costs and warranties
- Batteries and car charging ports

Membership is free with no cost or obligation. Co-op members can quit at any time. Whether you are already considering solar panels for your own home, or are simply interested in learning more, your participation is welcome.

Location:
Online
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2021 Cuyahoga County Solar Co-Op Online Info Session
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Join the Cuyahoga County Solar Co-Op!

In recent years, rooftop solar has become an increasingly common and affordable way to reduce household energy costs while decreasing reliance on fossil fuels. Now, residents of Cuyahoga County have an opportunity to join the County’s 2021 Solar Co-op. The Co-op – which is offered in partnership with Solar United Neighbors (a nonprofit solar advocacy group) – enables its members to save money by negotiating below market rate group pricing. In addition to the existing 26% federal tax credit, co-op members generally save 15-20% off the cost of their system. Members also receive an education concerning all aspects of rooftop solar and vendor-neutral support throughout the entire process.

Join the movement! Ninety-nine households participated in Cuyaghoga County’s 2020 Co-op. Each of these households is predicted to save an estimated $10,000 - $25,000 over 25 years. In addition, participants have significantly reduced the amount of carbon and other pollutants that they emit into the environment.

Interested? Visit www.solarunitedneighbors.org/CCOH Attend an online information session by clicking on ‘Events’ at the top of the webpage. Our next session is scheduled for Thursday, February 11th, at 6:00 PM. Topics covered will include:

- Tax incentives
- Financing options
- Technical advances
- Costs and warranties
- Batteries and car charging ports

Membership is free with no cost or obligation. Co-op members can quit at any time. Whether you are already considering solar panels for your own home, or are simply interested in learning more, your participation is welcome.

Location:
Online
Click here for more information
Mary of Magdala
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Facilitator Kim Langley invites you to spend some time with one of the most interesting, misunderstood, and generally talked about women in the New Testament, Mary of Magdala. We’ll look at how she’s been rendered in classical art, in church history, in a careful reading of the scriptures, and we will steal a glance at her role in a non-canonical work called The Gospel of Mary Magdalene. We’ll try to get in touch with the flesh and blood woman that she was, her central place in the community that surrounded Jesus, and why she became an object of speculation, rumor, and calumny, before she finally re-emerged as a respected figure of intense interest today. Cost: $15. Please register at https://centeringspace.org/ or call (216) 228-7451.
Location:
Centering Space
14812 Lake Ave.
Lakewood, OH 44107
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