“We recognize the seriousness of climate change and how it is having a direct impact on people’s lives. Hurricane Sandy reminds us of the urgency to turn towards renewable resources such as solar energy.”
Vancouver, Washington (PRWEB) December 31, 2012
SunModo Corp., a leading racking and mounting solutions provider for solar power systems, is proud to be a partner in the Solar Relief Fund, a campaign launched in collaboration with Community Energy Solutions, a not-for-profit organization that brings clean energy solutions to Main Street. The fund provides financing support to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy. With the generous support from major solar energy companies in WA, $300 to $800 will be donated for every solar energy system purchased through the Go Solar Seattle Northwest campaign. This means that not only will those who have decided to go solar be using clean renewable energy and cutting their carbon footprint, they are directly helping those affected by that horrendous storm.
“We recognize the seriousness of climate change and how it is having a direct impact on people’s lives. Hurricane Sandy reminds us of the urgency to turn towards renewable resources such as solar energy,” Tony Liu, SunModo’s President said. “We are proud of the work we do in solar and glad that we have the opportunity to help in relief efforts.”
Financial support is coming by way of donations provided by Sunergy Systems, Go Solar Seattle Northwest solar contractor, and several major manufacturers in Washington State. Tammy Deets of Community Energy Solutions said, “We are overwhelmed by the generosity and compassion of these leaders in the Washington State solar industry, who have committed to donating funds for every family that goes solar through the Seattle Northwest campaign.”
Community Energy Solutions is a not-for-profit organization that brings clean energy solutions to Main Street. Its recent efforts have led to the installation of over sixty solar energy systems, comprising over three hundred kilowatts of installed capacity on homes and businesses in Washington State. It also led the effort to create the first Community Solar Project on Bainbridge Island, a 71.3 kilowatt system on the City Hall building.
SunModo Corp., a Washington based solar panel mounting company, was formed with the mission of providing the best value solar racking and mounting solutions for solar power systems. Since its inception, SunModo has primarily sold its products, including its Patented EZ Roof Mount product lines, into the marketplace through direct sales, word of mouth endorsements, and by responding to project bid solicitation. SunModo has quickly become known as a high quality provider of cost effective solar mounting products and its products are known for their quality, ease of installation, and affordability. For more information, visit http://www.sunmodo.com