SEEDS sponsors Sustainable Energy Sessions for area builders

January 13, 2016

SEEDS, with support from PPL Electric Utilities, is sponsoring 3 sustainable energy sessions for area builders and contractors. The Wayne Builders Association recently merged with Pike County and formed the Wayne Pike Building Industry Associates.

SEEDS wants to help the building industry better serve clients who are seeking energy efficient homes and/or solar installations, and to introduce our organization as a resource and support system for all local, state and federal rebates and incentives for energy efficiency upgrades and renewable energy installations.

3  sessions were designed to “wet the appetite” for sustainable energy topics:

Jan 7 – SOLAR – how it works and how much it costs, how to build for maximum solar potential and analyze an existing site to see if solar makes financial sense. Help clients with questions about whether solar works for them.

Feb 4- Designing & Buildings for Maximum Energy Efficiency – designing for maximum energy efficiency. Will include building tips to seal the building’s envelope and maximize the sun’s heat and light.

March 3 – Ground/Air Source Heat Pumps –efficiency advancements in mini split HVAC technology in just the last couple of years have changed everything, making them a great heating and cooling choice for many more buildings.

Presenters include Peter Vargo of Nu-Tech Energy Solutions, and 2 local solar installers: Gordon Smith of Renewable Energy Solutions and Blair Buselli of Buselli Solutions, both serve on SEEDS Advisory Committee.

Free buffet dinner will be served at 5:30; Presentation from 6 – 7 pm, Q&A to follow

At the Hawley Senior Community Center – 337 Park Place – corner of Bingham Park in Hawley

Registration is required since dinner is being provided. Email: or call (570) 245 – 1256.

For full details, click the flyer link: SEEDS and PPL energy sessions for builders Flyer