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Free Solar Design Workshop

Free Solar Design Workshop
Sunday 24th September 1pm-4pm
Te Mata Hall
Te Mata-Bridal Veil Falls Rd
Raglan

The Government has found that there is a real lack of information and skill in solar design in New Zealand. Plus there are many other barriers preventing the uptake of solar technology here in New Zealand.

EWA-Tec Ltd believes in direct communication with people on all levels, from homeowners, to plumbers, builders, architects, and government agencies.

EWA - Tech Ltd (www.ewa-tec.com) would like to invite you to attend a free solar hotwater design workshop featuring European Solar Engineering expert Eric Jansseune.

This workshop is to help homeowners with solar heating considerations for their home and pool heating.

Eric was one of two solar engineering educators in Belgium Universities, and has worked in other European Universities, and the solar industry for over 15 years.

Eric is also able to consult on solar design for home, commercial, industrial, and farming applications, and is also available for solar education training for building and trade professionals, government departments, and education institutes.

Please respond by Thursday 21st September to confirm your place to Catherine_Iremonger[at]xtra.co.nz or 0210324952.


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