Mitchem Leads Solar Energy Presentation
Clifford Mitchem, an independent energy advisor with Clean Renewable Energy Worldwide, will lead a free solar education presentation from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., March 6.
“This is important because the Sunshine State should be solar powered,” says Mitchem. “Through our efforts in voting up amendment 4 and down amendment 1, we have made it possible to take advantage of solar power unhampered. This is our best opportunity to decrease pollution and protect our most precious resource, our environment. We are leading an initiative to make the Southwest Florida Region renewable, beginning with installing solar on 10,000 roofs.”
With a degree in aerospace engineering, Mitchem has been working with alternative energy throughout his career, beginning with residential wind turbines.
For location and other event information, call 239-218-1354, email CrewSwflSolar@gmail.com or visit OwnTheSwitch.com/swflsolar.
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