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WNY GREEN BUILDINGS TOUR THIS SATURDAY

by Tracy Will

DON'T FORGET!

Wed, Sep 30th 2009 08:00 am

DON'T FORGET!  The 2009 Tour of Solar Homes and Green Buildings in Western New York is this Saturday, October 3rd, from 10 AM to 4PM.

The Western New York Sustainable Energy Association Trust will kick-off the event at 10 AM Saturday with a press conference and solar energy presentation at the Burchfield Penney Art Center, 1300 Elmwood Avenue, in Buffalo, where they will honor three buildings for outstanding leadership in the community for energy-efficient building methods and technology.

Click here to view the press release.

The WNY Tour of Solar Homes and Green Buildings is a self-guided tour that includes local
homes and businesses featuring passive and active solar energy systems and other green building design features.  Click here for complete Tour Information, including locations, directions and times.  Please note that the times sites are open may vary.

Additional information is available at www4.bfn.org/wnysea.

For more information on solar technologies in Buffalo, NY & Western New York, contact CIR Solar at 716.362.5000 or complete this online form.

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