Are you thinking about solar energy for your home, business, or community? Don’t miss this chance to attend “Solar Today and Tomorrow,” a presentation by expert Steven Strong about leading edge solar projects he has worked on, and current work on community Solar Gardens. The presentation takes place Friday, April 18, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Montshire Museum of Science Porter Community Room in Norwich.

Steven is a principal of Solar Design Associates in Harvard, Massachusetts, and has been designing and building solar installations since 1974. Projects have included The White House, university buildings for UMass, Oregon, Oberlin, and Saudi Arabia, the San Francisco Giants stadium and the Atlanta Olympics Natatorium, the UN, the Giant Solar Cube in California, many smaller buildings in the Boston area, as well as the Tin Mountain Conservation Center and the 21st Century Net Zero Farmstead in our region.

His last project was the solar for the Bullitt Center in Seattle, which is now being certified as the “Greenest Commercial Building in the World” as part of the Living Building Challenge. He is currently working on the community Solar Gardens in Harvard.

Steven is the “Solar Energy Expert” for the NOVA public television series. Bring your questions!

Sponsored by the Upper Valley Sierra Club, free and open to all, refreshments will be provided.