Sundance Power Systems to donate 2 percent of solar sales to RiverLink

Press release

From RiverLink:

Sundance Power Systems is proud to partner with RiverLink in a summer SunLink benefit, donating 2 percent of residential solar sales to support RiverLink’s efforts protect the French Broad River and the vibrant community that has developed around it.

This 2 percent donation will apply to local residential solar systems that are contracted by September 16. For more information, contact Sundance Power Systems at 828-645-2080 and let them know you are interested in SunLinking.

Solar Energy (Solar Electric Overview) is now a solid investment, as well as a viable means of producing clean, carbon-free electricity for homeowners. Up to 65 percent of cost may be recovered through state and federal tax credits and financing enables homeowners to put a solar system on their home with no money down and be in positive cash flow in the two years.

There is a FREE seminar on Tuesday, August 13, at 5:30 p.m. to explain the benefits of solar. Residents of Western North Carolina can find out if solar systems are right for them at this informal meeting at the RiverLink office at 170 Lyman Street. Please RSVP at 828-252-8474 if you would like to attend the event.

Dedicated to leading the clean energy transition, Sundance Power Systems has installed hundreds of renewable energy systems throughout the region since 1995. From teaching 5th graders about energy at Conservation Field Days, to powering festivals like LEAF and RiverMusic with their mobile solar array, they’re out there showing people that solar energy is a viable solution.

RiverLink is an environmental non-profit working on the revitalization of the French Broad River and its watershed as a place for everyone to live, work, and play.

What: Is Solar Right For You – Tax Credits – & Financing explained seminar
When: Tuesday, August 13 at 5:30 p.m.
Where: RiverLink office at 170 Lyman Street in the River Arts District


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