'Tis the Season to Go Solar: Solar Rebates Drop on January 1, 2007

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Marin Solar urges residential and commercial customers to act now to lock in current rebate rates.

If you've been considering solar, now is the time to take action! Make one of the best decisions of your life. By acting now, you can reap a sizable reward, and still have a full nine months to schedule and complete the installation of your solar system. That's a huge win-win -- for you, your business, and our planet.

Looking for a way this holiday season to get a jump on your New Year's resolution to help the planet and your bottom-line at the same time?

Marin Solar founder and President Roy Phillips (http://www.marinsolar.com) issued a reminder today to all homeowners and businesses thinking of converting to solar electric power in the near future.

"As of January 1st, 2007, the California Energy Commission rebate you receive for making the wise choice to go solar drops by a full 10 cents per watt," says Phillips. "If you've been considering solar, now is the time to take action! Make one of the best decisions of your life. By acting now, you can reap a sizable reward, and still have a full nine months to schedule and complete the installation of your solar system. That's a huge win-win -- for you, your business, and our planet."

Sign up by December 29, 2006 to lock in current higher rebate rates. Both residential and commercial consumers have until September 2007 to finish the installation of solar at their home or business.

For a free estimate, call Marin Solar today at 415.456.2800.

About Marin Solar

With over 25 years of construction experience, Marin Solar is Northern California's trusted choice for the best solar electric products, services and installation. Their full-service team of solar experts specializes in all phases of the solar process for residential and commercial properties. For more information, visit http://www.marinsolar.com.

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