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CEC Webinar Series: Solarize Ventura County – Residential Solar and Battery Systems 101
Many of us are spending more time at home during the coronavirus pandemic, so it’s no surprise that home improvement projects are booming. If you’ve considered adding home solar or battery systems in the past, now may be the perfect time to take the leap.

Please join CEC and Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance in celebrating Clean Air Day and learn how CEC’s Solarize Ventura County makes it easier and more affordable to go solar, add home battery systems, or both.

In this webinar, we’ll discuss:
> Basics of adding solar panels to your residence
> Benefits and basics of also adding solar-paired battery systems
> Incentives, tax credits, and other financial considerations for going solar

The Solarize program’s discounted prices, vetted installers and equipment

Given the economic uncertainties that lie ahead, there is no better time to harness the power of the sun to protect your pocketbook – and the environment.

The 2020 Solarize Ventura County program is open September 9 – December 9 to residents in Ventura County. Solarize has helped over 800 Central Coast homeowners go solar, working toward a future where 100% of the electricity that powers our homes, businesses, and cars is generated from clean, renewable, and local sources.

April Price – Renewable Energy Program Senior Manager, Community Environmental Council
Heather Allen – Program Administrator, Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance
Our vetted local solar companies – California Solar Electric and Sespe Power Solutions


By joining this webinar, you agree to receive communications from the host organization and agree to the meeting being recorded and posted online.

Learn more about CEC's Solarize: SolarizeVentura.org
Learn more about why CEC is a 2020 California Nonprofit of the Year at cecsb.org/impact.

Oct 7, 2020 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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April Price
Renewable Energy Program Senior Manager @Community Environmental Council
April’s work with the Community Environmental Council is focused on transitioning the tri-county region to renewable energy sources and reduced energy consumption. She leads CEC’s Solarize program, which facilitates residential solar adoption. She also serves on the utility-funded local government partnership, South County Energy Efficiency Partnership (SCEEP) which is focused on energy efficiency in municipal facilities. April holds a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science and Management with a specialization in Economics and Politics of the Environment from the Bren School at University of California, Santa Barbara. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from UC Santa Cruz. April has a background in environmental education and volunteer management, and is a board member of the Wilderness Youth Project.
Heather Allen
Program Administrator @Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance
Heather Allen has over 13 years of experience working in local government on energy and sustainability programs and municipal plans. Heather worked as a land use planner for the County of Santa Barbara managing numerous projects, including the Santa Barbara County Energy and Climate Action Plan and the Santa Barbara County Coastal Resiliency Project. She currently works for the County of Ventura Executive Office providing staff support to County Departments on climate and energy action opportunities. Heather provides program management for Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance (VCREA). Within VCREA, Heather manages the development of Energy Action Plans, SCE and SoCalGas funded programs, and aids 13-member jurisdictions in their energy efficiency efforts. Heather graduated with a Master of Environmental Science and Management from the University of California, Santa Barbara Bren School and a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Affairs and Planning from Virginia Tech.