Upcoming webinar details the who, where and how of installing solar photovoltaics.
Cape Canaveral, FL, April 23, 2015 –(PR.com)– Clean Footprint, Central Florida’s leading solar development and finance company, announced a new free webinar, “The Who, Where, and How of Installing a Solar Array.”
On May 26th of this year, at 2pm EST, Wes Morrison, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer for Clean Footprint will host a free webinar for those Facility Managers thinking about installing solar but are unsure of the installation process.
“Clean Footprint strives to educate Facility Managers, Energy Managers and other commercial business owners about solar photovoltaics. This webinar is part of a series of webinars we are developing targeted towards commercial facilities who are interested in solar, but have some questions about moving forward,” said Morrison.
Eliza Porter, Clean Footprint’s Chief Learning Officer will present this 30-minute webinar and assist Morrison in fielding questions during the question and answer portion of the presentation.
Topics for the Free Webinar Include:
Who: Who does the responsibility of installing a solar array fall to? Is there more than one person involved?
Where: Where can a solar array be installed? Where is best location for my organization’s needs?
How: How is an array installed? Does the process differ depending on where the array is located?
“The purpose of this webinar is simple – to provide information to Facility Managers so that they will understand that installing solar does not have to be complicated,” said Porter.
To join Clean Footprint for this free solar webinar, interested parties are asked to register in advance for webinar by visiting their website and clicking on the banner at the top of the home page.
As an added bonus, at the end of the webinar, attendees will receive access to a free tool developed by Clean Footprint called, “The Solar Array Sizing Cheat Sheet.”
About Clean Footprint
Located in Central Florida, Clean Footprint is fully engaged in solar development, financing, EPC, solar monitoring, and the operation and maintenance of mid-sized commercial solar projects and tax-exempt organizations like municipalities, schools and churches. Clean Footprint works together with solar developers to bring solar PV projects to fruition that are reliable, cost effective, and sustainable. For more information, visit http://clean-footprint.com or phone (321) 613-4424.