VANCOUVER, Washington (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
SunModo Corp., an innovative racking solutions provider for solar power systems, is proud to partner with GRID Alternatives to host Solarthon 2013 in Temecula, California, on Saturday, November. 9. SunModo is proud to be a Megawatt Sponsor for Solarthon 2013, GRID Alternatives’ biggest solar installation block party and fundraiser of the year, bringing solar power and solar job training to underserved communities.
“SunModo is committed to investing our time, expertise and resources to build healthy, economically vibrant and clean-powered communities. We are excited to partner with GRID Alternatives to make this event a great success,” said Stella Sun, Director of Marketing for SunModo.
The Solarthon is an annual solar installation block party and fundraiser for GRID Alternatives. On November 9, 2013, GRID Alternatives Inland Empire will lead teams of job trainees, community volunteers, and corporate work crews to install solar electric systems featuring SunModo mounting for 7 Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley families in Temecula.
SunModo’s EZ Roof Mount solution will be used as the flashed mount in the local Solarthon event. The residential roof mount solution supports an easy and fast installation process for the GRID Alternatives construction team and helps to bring solar power to low-income homeowners.
About SUNMODO, Corp.:
SunModo, 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. Founded by highly skilled engineers, 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.
About GRID Alternatives:
GRID Alternatives is a non-profit organization that brings the benefits of solar technology to communities that would not otherwise have access. Using a barn-raising model, they lead teams of volunteers and job trainees to install solar electric systems for low-income homeowners and preparing workers for jobs in the fast-growing solar industry.