#SolarChat on Twitter: 2/22/12, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. EST - What To Expect From Solar in 2012. Special Guest Host: @SEIA!

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Join @EcoOutfitters' special guest host @SEIA for #SolarChat on Twitter on February 22nd from 2:00 - 3:00  p.m. ET. The topic: What To Expect From Solar in 2012. We'll be talking solar policy, the 1603 treasury grant, specific state issues, broad trends in the industry, where solar businesses are going and how SEIA can help, etc.

Michael Rader, the Digital Advocacy Specialist at Solar Energy Industries Association, will be leading the discussion. Michael is responsible for implementing SEIA's online advocacy program, managing a national list of Internet solar advocates, and coordinating SEIA's social media efforts while developing a long-term strategic plan for online supporter/member engagement.

#SolarChat provides an opportunity to connect homeowners and qualified installation professionals, to demonstrate the affordability and environmental impact of all types of solar solutions, and to educate consumers on this emerging field. "We believe in the power of solar to change the world," says Raina Russo, moderator of #SolarChat and CEO/co-founder of EcoOutfitters.net. "We hope #SolarChat will further advance EcoOutfitters' goal of making solar a reality for every American home and business."

For those new to Twitter, a hashtag (#) is an easy way to find and follow people who are tweeting about a certain topic. #SolarChat has a simple mission: Curious consumers, energy experts, and installation professionals can tune into Twitter at the designated chat time to share advice and resources, weigh in on discussion topics, pose questions or concerns, and work together to advance solar awareness.

#SolarChat is held on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month from 2-3 p.m. EST. 


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