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Main Line IPL Monthly Chapter Meeting – May 2022
May 23 @ 7:00 PM - 8:45 PMFree
The Main Line chapter of PA IPL meets each month on fourth Monday evenings, 7:00-8:45 via Zoom. We email a link to people on the Tuesday prior — often with a bit of special program description. We hope you will join us!
Please note: Main Line PA IPL’s normal monthly chapter meeting takes place from 7:00 – 7:30pm for chapter members only.
The program, which is open to all, begins at 7:30pm and is followed by a Q and A ending at 8:45pm.
For our May 23rd program, we will hear from Joy Baxter who will will present about The Clean Energy Co-op’s support of local solar projects. This presentation is a follow-up to last month’s program: Ron Celentano’s PA Solar Update. We hope you can join us.
In the Spring of 2021 a new finance option for nonprofits and community businesses looking to install solar became available in the Greater Philadelphia area. The Clean Energy Co-op supports local solar energy projects that benefit our community through a pooled funding approach. The proven and awarded model has helped nonprofits and community businesses ‘go solar’ through the investments of co-op members. Co-op members engage in socially conscious investing to enable the development of solar installations. Membership is attractive to residents that are not able to install solar on their own home or want to make a difference in their community. In addition to helping to finance solar installations, The Clean Energy Co-op educates nonprofits, especially Houses of Worship on all financing options for going solar.
We are grateful that Joy Baxter will present Monday’s program. Joy is a trained Creation Care Ambassador for Blessed Tomorrow and the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. She is chair of the Green Team of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Ardmore, co-chair of the Haverford Township Environmental Advisory Committee and chair of the Southeast PA chapter of the Clean Energy Co-op that develops renewable energy installations through local community investment. Joy has used her background in engineering to bring a fresh analysis and solutions.