Monday, February 26, 2007

SolarCity to Host Green Community Meetings in Menlo Park

SolarCity, a solar installation and service company inspiring communities to take charge of their energy needs, welcomes Menlo Park residents to a community meeting on "greening" Menlo Park and the economic and environmental benefits of household and commercial solar power.
Menlo Park Mayor Kelly Fergusson will kick off the meetings and discuss the alignment of SolarCity's concepts with the City Council's environmental stewardship goals. Strategies will be discussed identifying ways the community can cut residential and commercial greenhouse gas emissions consistent with Kyoto protocols.
Also, SolarCity's CEO Lyndon Rive will discuss how solar power provides a simple solution to help reduce carbon emissions and generate clean energy, and announce a special Menlo Park group incentive for solar packages.
The Menlo Park collective power initiative aims to deliver at least 175kW of solar power between the city's residential and commercial customers. Thanks to group purchasing power, Menlo Park residents will have the opportunity to save 30% over typical solar installation and service costs if they register for service between now and April 30, 2007. In addition, one of the first 30 Menlo Park collective power customers will receive an additional $5,000 discount on the cost of their new system.
All interested attendees will receive complimentary follow-up home solar evaluations on request.

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