About this local solar tour
This is your opportunity to to visit homes and businesses in the Omaha area that have solar arrays. You have the opportunity to gain knowledge about how, why and when they decided to go solar as well as a chance to being afforded to gain information about how solar works and what local resources are available. The tour is self-paced: visit as many of the addresses as you wish between 11 am and 2 pm. (note that some have extended open houses).
This is the list of the addresses of the sites on the tour so far (all but the River Dr and 20210 High Country Circle address are in Omaha).
5016 Parker St.
4914 Underwood Ave. (Exist Green is open from 11-8):https://existgreen.com/
1910 N 31st St. (Apartment at Seventy-Five North development)
2452 S 17th (Habitat for Humanity thermal solar array)
8504 Douglas St2336 S 147 St
20210 High Country Circle, Bennington (open house from 11-6)
This tour was organized by the Nebraska Chapter Sierra Club with the help of Nebraskans for Solar, Green Bellevue and Great Plains Renewables.
What is a local solar tour?
A local solar tour is a group of multiple solar open house events being organized together in a particular community or area. Some local tours may be guided or require a ticket to attend, while others are self-guided and free. Local tours can be organized by non-profit organizations, individual volunteers, and solar installation companies.
This event is free and open to the public - everyone is welcome to attend. Whether you are a solar owner, completely new to solar, or somewhere in between – this event is for you.