LOGAN – City officials here will host a Solar and Electric Vehicle Education Night for local residents on Tuesday, April 23 at the new Logan Library.


Logan City officials will host a Solar and Electric Vehicle Education Night on Tuesday, April 23 in the Community Room of the new Logan Library from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public (Image courtesy of Facebook)

“If anyone has ever thought about adding solar to their home or purchasing an electric vehicle, this evening is for them,” according to Emily Malik, a Logan City spokesperson.

On-hand for the event to answer questions will be solar/electric professionals from Green Box Solar and Bassett Electric as well as officials representing Logan City Light & Power and electric vehicle experts from the local Murdock dealerships.

The electric education night will begin at 5:30 p.m. with presentations providing an overview of solar photovoltaic power rates; discussion of solar bids and potential payback; and, external solar bid costs.

During those talks, tax incentives for solar/electric vehicles and battery charging infrastructure will also be discussed.

Following those presentations, the solar/electric experts will be available to discuss specific questions about local residents’ properties, permitting and installer requirements.

Electric vehicle charging

File Photo of an electric vehicle getting charged, by CHUTTERSNAP on Unsplash

The Murdock dealership will also have four electric vehicles on-site for residents to check out and explore.

“This will be a perfect opportunity to learn more about solar and electric vehicles, be connected to those in the solar/electric industry and have all your questions about these technologies answered,” Malik emphasized.

The Solar and Electric Vehicle Education Night is slated for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 23.

This event, which is scheduled in the Community Room of the new Logan Library, is free and open to the public.

For additional information, local residents are advised to contact Malik at 435-716-9792 or go online to emily.malik@loganutah.org

The Logan Library is located at 285 North Main Street in downtown Logan.

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