Virtual SolarFest’21: Time for Reinvigorated Actions

Thanks to the performers, presenters & participants for making SolarFest’21 a success!
Movies and music from our virtual stage are available through 7/31/21.
Recordings of the workshops and discussions will be available shortly at SolarFest’21

SolarFest is New England’s most entertaining energy and music festival whose mission is to connect people, the arts, ideas and technology to create a vibrant present and a sustainable future. Last year, for our 25th anniversary, we had to pivot to a virtual festival, continuing this year with fun and free musical performances, live workshops, and powerful group discussions.

Our second online SolarFest is a break from the routine, concentrating on creativity, with meaningful discussions in four key areas that are driving our future: Energy Policy, Decarbonizing, Regenerative Food Systems, and Climate Justice & Activism.

Festival Movie Screenings (available through 7/31)

Saturday, July 24th

  • Panel Discussion: Building a Permanent Home for SolarFest
  • Workshop: Overcoming Barriers to Regenerative Farming
  • Workshop: Net-Zero Building Options
  • Panel Discussion: Missing the Carbon for the Trees:  The Role of Forest Carbon Offsets
  • Keynote Presentation: Bill McKibben NOW LIVE
  • Music by Phil Henry (& special guest), the Jim Gilmour Band, and Patchouli & Terra Guitarra

Sunday, July 25th

  • Noon — Panel Discussion: The Dynamic State of Energy Policy
  • 2:00pm — Workshop: Restoring Pollinators in Solar Fields
  • 3:00pm — Panel Discussion: Practical Experience from Solar Installers
  • 5:00pm — Workshop: Healthy Soils, Healthy Food, Healthy People

(all times are EDT)


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Since 1995, SolarFest connects people, the arts, ideas and technology, fostering partnerships and activism to create a vibrant present and a sustainable future.
“If there is any place that can lay claim to having started this revolution 20 years ago, it was Vermont and SolarFest.” — Bill McKibben, co-founder of 350.org

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