"All you need to do to win a free solar energy system is create an original rap song."
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) April 28, 2016
SolTerra, a leading solar installer in Western Washington, is donating a 24-panel solar energy system to a deserving community member. To be selected for the free solar energy - create an original rap song!
“Many people and organizations want to offset their carbon emissions by switching to solar power, so SolTerra is stepping up to help,” says Brian Heather, President of SolTerra. “As a Pacific Northwest company, the future of our environment and our communities are important to us, and we want to try to help make solar available for everyone,” Heather added.
SolTerra is based in Seattle and has been designing and installing solar electrical systems, living walls and green roofs since 2008. In addition, the company designs and builds sustainable, mixed-use, LEED Platinum apartments in the Pacific Northwest. SolTerra wants to demonstrate that sustainable living is within reach for everyone.
Here’s how the giveaway works. A deserving community member, either a non-profit or a family, just needs to create a Rap for Solar video (less than 1-minute) about why they deserve a solar energy system. Send the video or a link, with their name, organization and address to rapforsolar(at)solterra.com by Tuesday, May 31st. We’ll post the finalists on social media for fans to vote for their favorite. We’ll install the new solar energy system this summer!
A few quick facts according to the Solar Energy Industries Association: In 2015:
- A new solar project was installed every 2-minutes.
- The solar industry has supplied 40% of all new 2015 electric generating capacity – more than any other energy technology.
- More than 800,000 homes and business have switched to solar power in the U.S.
Since 2008, SolTerra has been installing solar electrical systems, living walls and green roofs in the Pacific Northwest. In addition, the company designs and builds sustainable, mixed-use, LEED Platinum apartments. SolTerra wants to demonstrate that sustainable living is within reach for everyone. Solar power, eco-roofs, living walls and other unique features, bring high performance and energy efficiency into all of its projects. SolTerra owns, designs, builds, and manages its properties, with its own developers, architects, contractors and property managers. The company has offices in Portland and Seattle.