solarize union county logoHave you been wondering what you can do about climate change?  Here’s a good idea: Join Solarize Union County!

Community solar projects like Solarize Union County lower the overall cost of installing a system through a bulk-purchasing program, making the systems available at wholesale prices. The more people that sign up, the less expensive going solar will be. In addition, taking advantage of available federal and state tax credits means you can get a solar system installed for a fraction of the sticker price.

Now is the time to go solar! There is a good possibility that these incentives may not be renewed in the future. Furthermore, there are financing options are available through our partners at Union Wallowa Baker Federal Credit Union right now.

 

solarize-union-county-linkLearn More: Solarize Union County is holding the next Public Information Session on May 8th,  6pm upstairs at Mt Emily Ale House. Come meet the contractors, ask questions and sign up for a free site assessment.  Tell your friends and neighbors! Click here for more on the event.

For questions contact Peter Farnam at solarize@oregonrural.org or 541-975-2411.