Westwood Solar & Energy Fair




Position yourself to ride the Energy Revolution. Adapt to warming due to human-caused climate change in the Northeast U.S. by changing over your heating and cooling sources. Make Money. Increase the value of your home. Move towards your residential independence from the grid. Have a softer imprint on ecosystems.


Come and find out.

Update, 2016-11-06

Photos from the Fair.

Update, 2016-11-07

Slides I presented in my portion of the presentations at the Fair.

About hypergeometric

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