Keen interest in the first residential solar power information session hosted by the Cochrane Environmental Action Committee (CEAC) has led to a second one this Saturday, Feb. 18.

CEAC president Tim Giese says it will pick up where it left off in the first session.

"I think there will be a lot more opportunity for discussion and questions and answers because a lot of people asked many, many questions on how do we do this, and how do we proceed with this." 

It's been moved to the Frank Wills Memorial Hall, 405 1 St E, and starts at 1 p.m.

Valerie Atkinson, residential business manager with KCP Energy with be joined by others representing a variety of perspectives on residential solar.

"There's a lot more for her to explore and explain to people," says Giese.

He says even if you didn't attend the first session, don't be discouraged from attending.

It's once again free, but pre-registration is required. The Eventbrite link is here.

This is just one of the topics in the CEAC Living Sustainably series designed to provide information on how to mitigate our environmental impact and become more environmentally aware. 

They've already discussed electric cars and future topics include wildlife awareness, growing your own food, and reducing water use for landscaping.