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Community Solar with Seven Generations Ahead
If you can't put solar panels on your own home, you can now subscribe to a community solar project with no upfront investment. Learn how you can save money while supporting local renewable energy.

Join Seven Generations Ahead and Trajectory Energy Partners for a webinar on Earth Day, April 22nd at 12pm that will cover community solar program details, savings benefits, contract terms, and more.

This special Earth Month webinar will include guest speaker Brian Imus, Executive Director of the Illinois Green Alliance.

If you have more specific questions in the meantime, you can reach out to Hal Sprague at 847-204-4170 or hal@trajectoryenergy.com.

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Apr 22, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Brian Imus
Executive Director @Illinois Green Alliance
Brian Imus is the Executive Director of Illinois Green Alliance, a membership driven non-profit that works to advance buildings and communities that are sustainable, prosperous and healthy. As Executive Director he utilizes his more than 15 years of non-profit management experience to manage the operations and staff and develop the overall strategy for the organization. Mr. Imus has been involved with environmental issues and sustainability since graduating with a degree in Planning, Public Policy and Management from the University of Oregon’s School of Architecture. Prior to joining Illinois Green, he worked for the Public Interest Research Group in Michigan where he helped to coordinate a successful campaign to reduce mercury pollution from coal-fired power plants and worked to implement new legislation to combat urban sprawl. Mr. Imus has testified before state legislative committees and authored several reports on a wide range of public interest issues.