TV broadcast this evening

By Craig Fiegener, Publisher
InstantRiverside.com

InstantRiverside.com was there the day solar panels were installed on a Riverside home; our camera was rolling after the power company flipped the meter to solar.

kvcrgraphic.jpgA massive Riverside factory will make the switch this summer; the $1 million solar system will generate electricity for a company that makes a product you use each day.

From the little things, such as using reusable shopping bags, to big things, such as driving a hybrid, going green is huge.

On Sunday we are proud to present “Instant Inside: Going Green in the IE.” This is a first-ever TV special telling the Inland Empire’s green stories.

You’ll learn about several remarkable happenings here at home. What sort of rebates can homeowners receive by going solar? How much power can an average system make? What happens on a cloudy day, or at night? You’ll learn what to expect if you’re intrigued by the idea of going solar at
home.

We invite you to join us at 5 p.m. June 21 on KVCR-TV, the PBS affiliate serving the Inland Empire. It’s available on all local cable systems, DirecTV, the Dish Network and via old-fashioned rabbit ears on Channel 24; if you have an HD antenna, it’s Channel 24.1.

The program includes information from our media partners — Riverside Public Utilities, Taylor’s Appliance, Levi’s Landscaping and Mohr Power Solar.

Filed under News A2

Saturday, June 21, 2008


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