Enjoy refreshments and a meet and greet with the presenters (6:30-7 pm) followed by Glenmede’s overview of the investment landscape and how Friends School of Baltimore aligns its investments with Quaker values and other key environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives (7-7:30 pm). The evening will close with discussion about the current legislative and policy landscape for community solar, and how residents and institutions can benefit from community solar and purchase solar power. For more information contact Bonnie Hearn.
Did you know?Friends School powers its electricity using 100% solar and wind energy. Last spring the school signed an agreement with CleanChoice Energy, which buys electricity wholesale from regional wind and solar farms and sells it (with no upfront investment, set-up fees, or installation) to homes and businesses through their existing utilities.