Now Open: The Tucson Solar Co-op

Learn more about this exciting new way to go solar.
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Center for     Biological     Diversity   

Everyaction,

Have you ever thought about putting solar panels on your roof?

This is a great time to do it. The Center for Biological Diversity is teaming up with the nonprofit Solar United Neighbors (SUN) to bring you the Tucson Solar Co-op — a free group that can help you go solar, save money on your electric bills, protect wildlife, and support clean energy.

Join the Tucson Solar Co-op today.

Learn more during this webinar on Tuesday, June 16 at 6 p.m.

During the webinar we'll go over the wildlife, community and climate benefits of rooftop solar energy. Then the experts at SUN will walk you through how the co-op works and discuss some of the technology, economics and incentives.

The co-op will help area homeowners and small business owners learn about solar together and purchase quality panels at a group rate from a single installer.

And importantly, joining a co-op doesn't obligate you to buy anything. Instead each member will have the option to individually buy panels based on the installer's group rate.

Already have solar panels? That's great — you can also participate in the co-op to purchase electric-vehicle chargers and batteries. Learn more and sign up today.

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