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What Do You Think About Solar?

Published on 5/29/2015
For additional information  Click Here

A friend of mine recently asked, "... what do you think about solar?"
In order to clarify my initial response was, "what do you mean?".

I had worked with him previous on some projects that involved clean, renewable energy sources, so I was pretty sure he was talking about solar power for homes and businesses rather than a more general discussion of the solar system, and I my guess was confirmed when he asked if I would be open to giving consideration to a way of saving between 25% up to 50% a month on my electric bill without having to pay anything, no upfront fees, and then eliminate my electric bill completely.  No maintenance fees.

Now THAT is something worth thinking about!

While it is generally true that you need to be buying, or own, your home in order to benefit from this program, there ARE lots of incentives for those that want to earn additional income too; so as long as you reside in the U.S. there is some very exciting information for you here.

The electric bill is something that just about everybody has to budget for one way or another; even those renting and leasing their dwelling space either pay an electric bill directly or that cost is factored into the rent/lease amount.

Until recently the solar option, while it has always been among the most desirable sources, was just not within reach of the average homeowner.  As technology has improved and with the availability of funding sources solar power is now a better way to go than the traditional grid.

In essence you can now become your own power company for supply your own residential electricity!  Qualified homeowners can have the benefit of highly efficient, high quality solar cells installed with no out-of-pocket expense!  The money saved on the existing electric bill largely pays for your solar power system.  And surplus electricity generated by your solar power system can even generate a credit with your local electric company that helps minimize the amount of electricity you have to pay for from "the grid" (the transmission and distribution utility for electricity... the power plant).

Many of us know it makes more sense to "go green" and solar power is about the cleanest of all sources.

Message me and I will provide you access to take a look at an actual proposal (personal information obscured by privacy protection). 

Even better yet, click HERE and get your own free, no obligation proposal to see exactly how this incredible program can benefit you!

Oh, by the way, I also mentioned that the company wants and needs people to help get this information out to the general public, so if you are open to giving consideration to being a part of this dynamic company then here is where you can get the details.
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