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Eco Depot will present a workshop on solar power

Nadine Sullivan and her brother, Bruce Gage, started EcoDepot 15 years ago. The store, now in Spokane Valley, continues to offer customers a variety of sustainable classes and products, including healthy paints and equipment to build solar arrays. (Cindy Hval / Down to Earth NW Correspondent)
Nadine Sullivan and her brother, Bruce Gage, started EcoDepot 15 years ago. The store, now in Spokane Valley, continues to offer customers a variety of sustainable classes and products, including healthy paints and equipment to build solar arrays. (Cindy Hval / Down to Earth NW Correspondent)

Spokane green product retailer Eco Depot Inc. will present a  a class on the basics of solar power, from 9 a.m. to noon on Nov. 20.

Company CEO Nadine Sullivan, in the picture here, will lead the class at the Eco Depot office, 1226 E. Sprague.

The company is one of the area's foremost sellers of solar and eco-friendly home and business products. The class costs $35, and pre-registration is required.  Contact Sullivan at 1-509-924-8803 for additional information, or to register.

 



Tom Sowa
Tom Sowa covers technology, retail and economic development and writes the Office Hours blog.