January 30, 2023
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Solar Energy World hosts solar-powered Earth Day celebration

Screenshot 2015-04-15 21.15.48Solar Energy World has announced its April 25 Solar-Powered Earth Day Celebration. This family friendly celebration and workshop will take place from 11:00 am -3:00 pm at Solar Energy World headquarters in Elkridge, MD. Speakers will include Trisha Sheehan, the Regional Field Manager for Moms Clean Air Force.

The celebration will focus on solar energy as part of the clean air initiative in Maryland. Workshop topics include the efficacy of solar electricity production in Maryland’s climate and how tax incentives work at the federal and state level. Trisha Sheehan will speak at the workshop and provide an overview of air quality initiatives. The event also includes live music by the Sloe Jim Duo, cookout lunch and moon bounces for the kids. This family friendly event offers face painting, baseball pitch, basketball toss, caricatures, balloon twisting, and prizes. Registration is free before April 19, 2015. Admission is $20 for adults and $10 for children thereafter. Register at this link: www.SunnyEarthDay.com.

“We are pleased to have the opportunity to raise awareness and improve the air quality in Maryland with alternative energy sources,” said Tope Lala, President and Owner of Solar Energy World. “We are dedicated to educating and providing a means for taking advantage of solar energy.”

“We need to rapidly transition to a future that is less dependent on polluting fossil fuels, like coal, oil, and gas and rely more on renewable energy sources like wind and solar. Switching to solar energy is one of the best ways homeowners can help to improve air quality on a grand scale,” said Trisha Sheehan, Regional Field Manager for Moms Clean Air Force.  “Solar Energy World’s efforts to date have already reduced air pollution for Maryland’s families.”

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