Why Solar Energy Is an Option for You in San Miguel

By Robin Loving Rowland

Solar energy is a subject of increased enthusiasm throughout the world. In sunny San Miguel, the technology offered by solar energy has created increasing interest. Can we omit buying electricity from the Mexican Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), and can we heat our water through solar energy? How much fuel can be saved by using solar energy, and how much can carbon dioxide (CO2) be reduced if we really invest heavily in solar energy technology?

Rotary Lecture
“Why Solar Energy Is an Option for You in San Miguel”
Tue, Jul 21, 12:30pm
Hotel Misión
Salida a Querétaro 1
152 3709

Come to Rotary Tuesday, July 21, at 12:30 pm at Hotel Misión, Salida a Querétaro 1, to hear Engineer Enrique Orvañanos discuss these and additional solar-related topics in English. The presentation will be free.

Orvañanos, a systems engineer, holds a master of business administration degree and is a past president of Rotary. A business development consultant, solution architect, and project manager, he has lived in Mexico most of his life, but learned English and French in the US, Canada, and France. His diverse background in commerce, manufacturing, and professional services for business creation and development give him a well-rounded background for the subject.

In addition, Orvañanos has taught at the high school and university levels and has done research at the Engineering Institute at UNAM. Additionally, he has worked with Commodore Microcomputers and IBM. In San Miguel, he is active with a number of community service organizations, including the Entrepreneurs Council Coordination, a private property sustainable development, and SOLSOL Solar Solutions (solar thermal energy for all). His goal is to develop better ways of living, with high quality lifestyle, affordable investment, and non-growing operational expenses.

Rotary consists of neighbors, community leaders, and global citizens uniting for the common good. For more information, contact President David McGinnis, davidsmcginnis3@gmail.com.


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