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Sat, Jun 4 – An In-Depth Look at Solar Electricity – Jim Duncan, NABCEP, offers his extensive solar knowledge for this free homesteading skill class from DFW Ecovillage. Solar PV is a complicated subject but Jim makes it easy to learn the basics and beyond. On the grid or off-the grid; Batteries and battery maintenance; Do-it-yourself knowledge, safety, and legalities;  Different types of solar PV & costs, efficiencies, ease of installation; What’s new–including updates on reasonably priced new products, rebates, tax credits, legislation. Q & A session. Doors open at 10 am; class starts at 10:30 sharp until 12:30 pm. This class is free; space is limited; RSVP here to reserve place. Second floor Guadalupe Peak classroom of REI, 4515 LBJ Fwy, Dallas, 75244, located between Midway and Welch on the north access road to I-635 between Guitar Center and Haverty’s. Elevator is available for access to the second floor classrooms. More information about class. Remember, RSVP is required here.


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