Suntricity Power Announces Residential Bulk Solar Buying Power

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Suntricity Power Neighborhood Solar Program, enables Bulk Buying Solar Power Discounts

Suntricity Power (, America's Solar Choice, today announced that it has added a New Neighborhood Solar program to assist potential solar clients in moving toward clean renewable energy. The program allows for extended discounts for bulk solar purchases in the Pennsylvania and Delaware Markets.

The Suntricity Power Neighborhood Solar Program is designed to promote residential solar power by encouraging people to band together and realize a volume discount on their systems. Through the program, Suntricity Power teams with neighborhoods, homeowner associations, and municipalities to organize meetings and provide education to interested homeowners.

By encouraging their neighbors to purchase home solar power systems, homeowner champions are able to enjoy financial benefits through the discounts and solar rebates and will also increase the positive impact on the environment by growing from just one residential solar home system to many.

Suntricity Power believes that through product innovation and programs like this one, solar can become affordable to everyone. The program is set to begin on June 21st, 2010. To sign up please go to, and look for the Neighborhood Solar Link.

About Suntricity Power Corp.
Suntricity Power Corp. provides solar energy systems for residential and commercial markets. The company offers a system that includes high efficiency microinverters, mono crystalline high yield solar modules, communications and Web-based monitoring and analysis. The systems increase energy harvest, improve system reliability and simplify design, installation and management. Founded in 2007 and based in Delaware, with offices in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the company is led by veterans from the solar, financial and tech industry.

For more information about Suntricity Power, please visit or call 888-557-6527, 888-55-SOLAR.


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