This is an open tour sponsored by the Nebraska Chapter Sierra Club, Nebraskans for Solar and Green Bellevue. You can visit any or all the sites between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Three of the sites are in close proximity in Omaha and one is in Bellevue. You can interact with the owners of the solar arrays to find out how and why they decided to go solar.
Eric Williams’ home is on the tour. He drives an electric car with the license plate reading SOLAR EV. Eric is a board member and a Past President of Nebraskans for Solar.
Click on the links below to see the individual maps or click here to see a map with all locations.
- 909 N. 49th St., Omaha (residential)
- 4522 Borman St., Bellevue (residential)
- 6023 Pierce St., Omaha(residential)
- A combined retail/residential solar array (Exist Green), 4914 Underwood Ave., Suite A, Omaha
- City Sprouts(community garden), 4002 Seward St., Omaha.
- OPPD’s Omaha Center, 5520 Lindbergh Drive, Omaha, NE (60-kilowatt array of solar panels)
For more information, contact David Corbin: email@example.com
About the National Solar Tour
For more than two decades, the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) has organized and presented the largest grassroots solar event in the U.S., the National Solar Tour. This year ASES is partnering with Solar United Neighbors in organizing the 2018 National Solar Tour.
The National Solar Tour is the largest grassroots solar, renewable energy, and sustainable living event in the nation. A collection of solar open houses and local solar tours around the country, the Tour occurs October 6 & 7 and the surrounding weekends. The Tour brings together solar supporters, home and business owners, and community members together to celebrate and help grow solar in their communities. A map at nationalsolartour.org provides dates, times and locations of all the tour sites.