Welcome to the NEXTbuilding Forum: An exciting new series of educational events highlighting leading-edge building and remodeling practices, ideas, and technologies focused around high performance-sustainable-green building.
Dow Chemical, based right here in Midland, Michigan, is introducing in limited markets its new building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) roofing shingles, DOW POWERHOUSE™ Solar Shingles. We have been hearing about this product for quite some time now and we are pretty excited to see that it has finally hit the market.
Jane Palmieri, VP of Dow Solar will be personally traveling down to Ann Arbor for a special presentation of this exciting new product- entirely conceived, developed and made in Michigan. She will have samples of the actual solar shingles on hand and will share with us an in-depth presentation as well as answer questions about the product and its intended application. Come learn if this might be a solution for your next energy efficient or Green building project where your clients are hesitant about putting ‘skylab’ panels on their home.
This free product launch presentation event will be held this coming Thursday morning, March 14th., from 10:30 am to 12:00 noon at the office of Meadowlark Builders in Ann Arbor. Disclaimer: NEXTbuilding Forum does not endorse any product or technology, including the Powerhouse Shingle. The information is merely presented for your continuing education.
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Product Launch Presentation
Cost: Absolutely Free
Date/Time: Thursday, March 14th, 2013 10:30 am – noon
Location: Meadowlark Energy, 3250 W. Liberty, Ann Arbor, MI 48103
2012 Corporate Sponsor
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