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Home Wind Power Workshop Held Nov. 15-16 at Appalachian

BOONE–A workshop on home wind power will be held Nov. 15-16 at Appalachian State University.

Led by Mick Sagrillo, the workshop will introduce participants to all aspects of wind energy system design and construction.

The workshop will be held in Room 17 Kerr Scott Hall on campus.

Registration is $185 if received by Nov. 4. Late registration is $225. A special $85 rate will be available for students with school identification who register by Nov. 4.

For additional information, call (828) 262-6358, 262-6361, or e-mail scanlindm@appstate.edu.

With more than 20 years experience with wind technology, Sagrillo is one of the world’s leading small-scale wind experts. In 1983, he founded Lake Michigan Wind and Sun, a company that manufactures wind generator components and towers. He also installs wind systems. He is a regular contributor to Home Power Magazine, the American Wind Energy Association’s Windletter, and Solar Today magazine.

Examples of home-scale wind turbines will be on display. Participants will receive a comprehensive collection of reading and design materials, product literature and the U.S. Department of Energy’s new publication “Small Wind Electric Systems.” A copy of the new Truewinds interactive CD wind map for North Carolina will also be provided to all participants. This map allows viewers to obtain comprehensive wind data for any location in North Carolina.

The workshop is sponsored by Appalachian, the N.C. Solar Center, N.C. Department of Administration’s State Energy Office, and the N.C. A&T Cooperative Extension Office.

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