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Go Solar with Sungevity

Request a free solar iQuote here.

SAVE THE FROGS! has partnered with the innovative home solar company Sungevity to offer a great way for you to go solar while raising funds for SAVE THE FROGS!

Introduction

Go solar with Sungevity during October and they will donate $1,000 to SAVE THE FROGS! and give you $1,000 as well!

Here's how it works:
• Sungevity, an award-winning home-solar installer, puts solar panels on your house when you sign up for a solar lease. You pay Sungevity on a monthly basis for your home solar lease, up to 15% less than what your pre-solar electric bill used to be. Sungevity gives you $1,000 in a Visa gift card. Sungevity donates $1,000 to SAVE THE FROGS!.

Visit www.sungevity.org/savethefrogs to request a free solar iQuote.

Within 24 hours Sungevity's remote solar design team will send you an email with all the details of how much you could save and what your solar home lease would look like.

In the end, you could end up having home solar power for even less than what you were paying for electricity before. It's a win-win-win situation: a win for you (you save on electric costs, get a $1,000 gift card); a win for SAVE THE FROGS! ($750); and a win for the Earth!

New York Times Article on Sungevity

Want to learn more? Read this New York Times article about Sungevity and the solar revolution.

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