PURE Energies has teamed up with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to launch a new program to help Americans lower their household energy costs and reduce their personal impact on climate change. Starting today through September 2014, each homeowner who signs up for solar through the One Block Off the Grid (1BOG) online solar marketplace on WWF’s Renewable, It’s Doable website, 1BOG will give WWF up to $1,000 to support its global conservation programs. Chris Stern, VP of business development for 1BOG and parent company Pure Energies Group says:
We are thrilled to be working with WWF to help their supporters benefit from solar energy. We believe that by adding solar energy to the proactive carbon-reduction measures a WWF supporter can take, we will see a new level of tangible, positive activism by a group already dedicated to fighting climate change. Pure Energies offers a wide variety of residential solar power solutions across the United States, so WWF supporters can use 1BOG and know they will get the best possible deal on solar power for their home.
1BOG’s online marketplace empowers homeowners to go solar, save on their household energy costs, and reduce the carbon footprint in their communities.
The 1BOG solar specialists take into account factors such as location, energy usage, size of their home, and available tax incentives. They also provide detailed financial assessments to show homeowners potential energy bill savings along with projected CO2 emission reductions.
WWF Director of Renewable Energy Outreach Keya Chatterjee added:
With rooftop solar more affordable than ever, making the switch to renewable energy is a simple way people can do their part to address climate change and reduce their impact on our planet. By working with 1BOG to connect homeowners with installers, we are hoping to make it even easier.
This looks like a great team pairing up Pure Energies and WWF. See more at: Renewable, It’s Doable.