University of Maryland Extension

Understanding Solar and Wind Energy for the Farm, Home, or Small Business

Thursday, Jul. 11, 2013 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Washington County Agricultural Education Center
UME- Washington County
7303 Sharpsburg Pike
Boonsboro, MD 21713
United States
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Derrick Bender

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Objective: To share research based information regarding solar and wind electrical generation in Western Maryland. Presenters will speak about the mechanics involved with solar and wind electrical generation, taxes, incentives, and best management practices for installing wind and solar installations. The presentation will incorporate electrical production and financial data collected by Hagerstown College students from solar and wind installations in western Maryland.  

Registration: By June 9, call 301-791-1304 (Washington County Extension Office) or email

Diane Woodring
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