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Going Solar Makes Sense; Dollars and Sense

Posted by in Building Positive Alternatives, End Dirty Energy, Featured, Green Festivals, Guest Posts, People Power, Not Corporate Power on 21st April, 2012 | No Comments

Maldives Solar InstallationEarth Day is a time to reflect on how we get to take action for a better planet. Guest blogger, Danny Kennedy, President of Sungevity, Solar Home Specialists, explains (now ousted) President Nasheed’s vision to make the Maldives the first carbon-neutral country on Earth by going solar and offers up a good deal for us too.

Going Solar Now Earns YOU $1,000!

Posted by in End Dirty Energy, Global Exchange News & Events on 14th July, 2011 | 1 Comment

sungevityA while back we announced that Global Exchange had teamed up with Sungevity, an innovative solar company, to encourage you to Go Solar, reduce impacts on the climate and support Global Exchange. All with no money down and no installation costs. Well, this just in…Sungevity has just sweetened the pot! Now when you go solar with Sungevity before August 31st, Sungevity will give you a $1,000 cash gift card while donating another $1,000 to Global Exchange.

Sun & Solar this Summer Solstice

Posted by in End Dirty Energy, Featured on 20th June, 2011 | 1 Comment

sun3webHappy summer solstice! What better way to celebrate the start of summer (and the longest day of the year) than by deciding to go solar? Find out about an easy, affordable and efficient way to go solar with Sungevity’s innovative Solar Lease Program.

One Woman Shares How She Went Solar With No Upfront Costs

Posted by in End Dirty Energy, Global Exchange News & Events on 15th March, 2011 | No Comments

sun3webGlobal Exchange and Sungevity, a California home solar company, have joined together to offer solar power seekers a great way to save the climate, save money and support Global Exchange. Here is one woman’s story about this new partnership, and what it was like to go solar: