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Solarize Lexington-Bedford Program 'On the Home Stretch'

"If we make this goal, Astrum Solar has agreed to give both Lexington and Bedford a $12,500 solar array on the building of their choice."

Solar panels. Credit: Patch file photo
Solar panels. Credit: Patch file photo

Solarize Lexington-Bedford has signed up 71 homes for clean, renewable, solar power, Lexington reported on its town site. That means Lexington is getting close to the goal of 100 installations. 

"If we make this goal, Astrum Solar has agreed to give both Lexington and Bedford a $12,500 solar array on the building of their choice. The Solarize Lexington-Bedford volunteer team is working hard to get the word out and make our goal a reality." 

Related events: 

Solar Open House: Wednesday, June 11 from 6:30-8 p.m. at 35 Saddle Club Road, Lexington, the home of Julie Michals and Martin Hodge. 

This is an opportunity to see a solar array that was installed 2 years ago along with a spreadsheet of the electricity generated and the financial return. An Astrum Solar representative and Solarize volunteers will also be available to answer your questions. There will be a tour of the system at 6:30 p.m., a short presentation at 7 p.m., with time for questions until 8 p.m. 

Lexington Farmers Market: Solarize Lexington-Bedford will have volunteers at the market over the next few weeks to answer your questions and help you sign up for a solar evaluation. 

The Solarize Mass program and our Solarize Lexington-Bedford effort will be ending on June 30 (contracts need to be signed by that date). 

Interested residents are able to schedule a free assessment appointment with Astrum Solar. 

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