Solar rebates!

Jun 7, 2012 by

Dear Casey,

Sungevity

Staying cool in the summertime can cost a small fortune. That’s why The Wilderness Society is pleased to offer our members a simple and cost effective way to go solar with our partner in clean energy Sungevity.

You probably already know that The Wilderness Society puts a lot of work into renewable energy and solutions to help mitigate climate change. Solar power has the potential to help transition us away from fossil fuels and combat the effects of climate change.

When you sign up for a no money down solar lease Sungevity will send you a $750 cash gift card and will donate another $750 to The Wilderness Society.

Here’s how it works:

  • Pay for the electricity, not the panels. Sungevity, an award-winning home-solar installer, puts solar panels on your house for free when you sign up to lease them.
  • Save money on your bills. You pay Sungevity on a monthly basis for your home solar lease – usually less than what your pre-solar electric bill used to be.
  • Raise $750 for The Wilderness Society while getting an extra $750 for yourself. Once your solar panels are installed and connected, Sungevity sends you a $750 cash gift card and donates $750 to the Wilderness Society.

This partnership is what we call a win-win-win: a win for you (you save money on your electricity bill) a win for The Wilderness Society ($750 donation) and a win for the planet (every solar conversion spares the atmosphere an average of 8.24 metric tons of CO2 per year).

Rather purchase than Lease? No problem. You can make a cash purchase with Sungevity too (and we both still get $750).

To take advantage of this offer go to sungevity.org/wilderness-society to request your free solar iQuote. Be sure to enter WILDERNESS in the referral box!

If you have any questions about this program, please email Sungevity at info@Sungevity.com or call 1-866-SUN-4ALL.

Thank you for helping to protect wilderness and inspire Americans to care for our wild places.

Best,

Amanda Eisen,
Foundation and Corporate Relations Officer, The Wilderness Society

 

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