Nationwide SolarDay Events for Dad and the Family

Nationwide SolarDay Events for Dad and the Family


SolarDay 2010 – Saturday, June 19 – is a national day of recognition for solar energy, energy independence and protection of the planet.

It’s the day before Father’s Day and a great opportunity for Dad and the family to learn more about solar energy and reduce the family electricity bill for years to come. SolarDay 2010 events are being held in many U.S. cities and there’s more information at: .

Higher Family Electricity Bills
and Reducing Our Need for Fossil Fuels

The cost of electricity continues to rise every year.

Addison Huegel, Executive Director of SolarDay recently stated “As if the cost of electricity was not a good enough reason to adopt solar energy using the available rebates, there is the disastrous oil spill in the Gulf that reminds us yet again about our reliance on fossil fuels and the fragility of our ecosystem.

“More and more people are adopting greener lifestyles for both ethical and economic reasons. Solar is a major component to green lifestyles. Let’s not forget that 50% of the electric energy produced in the U.S. is from burning coal. In China, 83% of the electricity is generated by burning coal.

Federal and State Solar Rebates

“Government support of solar on the state and Federal level has made solar affordable. People with solar installations for their homes and businesses can significantly reduce their monthly energy bills. And, there are many incentive and rebate programs that can reduce the cost of a solar installation by nearly half. Plus, new programs allow you to pay off your solar installation through your property taxes and other methods. Some solar companies will install a solar installation at no cost – and simply charge you for the electricity you consume – at a guaranteed rate with no surprises.”
Nationwide SolarDay Events for the Public

The public is invited to attend the many events being held on Saturday, June 19 – SolarDay 2010. More information is available at:

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