If you need a little more time to decide whether you’d like to participate in Solarize Seattle: Northeast, the deadline has been extended from today to next Monday, April 30.
The program, which aims to help educate homeowners about solar power and contract for less expensive installation, will remain open for an extra week because of popular demand, according to a news release.
Already, 21 Northeast Seattle residents have contracted to install solar on their homes, and nearly 300 people have registered to participate. The program, which is a partnership between nonprofits Northwest SEED and Sustainable NE Seattle, hopes that by the end of summer more than 50 Northeast Seattle homes will have solar installed through the campaign.
If you live in the 98105, 98115 or 98125 ZIP codes, you can register at www.solarizewa.org/registration. Need to learn more before signing up? There will be a workshop from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28, at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 4805 N.E. 45th St.Tweet