Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Granite countertops–and a solar system

A simple switch to solar can raise your home's value—and help fight climate change.

Dear MoveOn member,

Granite countertops, a dishwasherand a solar system. These are things that increase your home’s value, and while a solar system is pretty new on this list, it’s becoming standard on new homes. Research shows a typical solar system adds $15,000 on average to a home’s value–on top of potential savings on your energy bill.1

Find out more about solar energy for your home by clicking here.

But how about the community and environment you’re living in? Switching to the sun’s clean energy protects our air and water and fights climate change and its devastating effects. For the people battling record heat and wildfires currently raging in eight Southwestern states, including Utah, California, and Arizona, their homes and lives are in danger.2

The stakes are high.

Click here to find out how solar can work for you. You’ll get a $750 discount on your solar system if you sign up via this email.

As the climate crisis hits close to home, we can fight it right where we live. And so many Americans are moving to solar because it’s a good deal financially. Sungevity also makes switching easy by walking you through the options, remotely designing a system for you, and managing every aspect of installation.

Plus, for every sign-up, Sungevity will give MoveOn.org Civic Action $750, which will power our campaigns for progressive change and our fight against the harmful influence of the Big Oil and Gas lobby in Washington, D.C.

Switching to solar is a win-win for you and our climate. Click here to find out more, and get a $750 discount if you sign up.

Take a simple, meaningful step toward clean energy today.

Thanks for all you do.

—Tzyh, Robert, Bobby, Manny, and the rest of the team

P.S. This partnership with Sungevity is part of a bigger effort to connect MoveOn members to paths for wider progressive change—while raising funds to help make MoveOn stronger in the process. We'll always be transparent about how partnerships like this one help our work together—and we'd love to know what you think! Please click here to tell us what you think of this email.

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Sungevity offer valid for new solar energy plans entered into, or purchases made using MoveOn's referral code. Offer is non-transferable and cannot be combined with any other offers or promotions, or redeemed for cash. Payment will be made to MoveOn Civic Action within 90 days of system interconnection. Availability varies according to location, electricity usage, and utility company. Your actual savings will vary and are dependent on several factors, including your payment plan, system production, geography, weather, shade, electricity usage, and utility rate structures and rate increases. For more information on how we calculate savings, please visit http://www.sungevity.com/savings. Solar customers can earn credit from their utilities through a process called “net metering”. Net metering policies can be changed in the future by entities over which Sungevity has no control. In some areas, the right to claim environmental impacts may be sold in the form of renewable energy credits (RECs). More information can be found here: https://www.epa.gov/greenpower/renewable-energy-certificates-recs. CA CSLB 909236; MA HIC 168572; other contractor licenses: http://www.sungevity.com/contact-us. Sungevity Inc. 66 Franklin St. Suite 310, Oakland, CA 94607.


1. “Solar power: Will homeowners pay the extra costs?” HousingWire, January 14, 2015

2. “Wildfires burn as Southwest swelters in triple-digit temperatures,” UPI, June 20, 2016

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