Friday, April 29, 2011MadiSUN solar program has two exciting opportunities for you! First, MadiSUN and our partners are giving away a free solar PV array valued at $25,000 that will offset $625 worth of annual electricity costs for the winner. Second, we are offering a free guided tour to get a first-hand look at several premier commercial solar systems installed on Madison businesses.
If your company has a solar installation, your , read below to see how yourcompany can participate.
MadiSUN Commercial Solar Tour
Join business owners, building operators, developers and others interested in commercial solar PV and solar hot water systems for a free guided solar tour. Site visits will include a variety of solar technologies and building types. Badger Bus private transportation, lunch, beverages, and coffee provided. Experts, systems owners and installers will be on-site to answer your questions. For more information visit www.madisun.org/tour.
Tuesday, May 24
Begins @ 9am and concludes @ 1:30pm
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, May 19
No cost to participate but spots are limited.
Win a FREE Solar PV System
The City of Madison's MadiSUN solar program and its partners are challenging building owners and business tenants to showcase their energy efficiency by participating in the MadiSUN Solar Giveaway Contest.
It's easy - all you have to do is complete and send in a contest entry form by July 31, 2011. The winning company will receive a 3 to 4 kW solar PV system and installation services provided by our project partners and valued at over $25,000. This system can produce enough renewable energy to offset approximately $625 worth of annual electricity costs.
Only for-profit business properties located in the City of Madison are eligible to participate. Businesses that do not own their building are encouraged to work with the building owner to complete the contest entry form.
For compete contest information, entry form and rules visit: www.madisun.org/giveaway
Solar Giveaway Partners: Johnson Controls Inc., Madison Gas and Electric, Ingeteam, Helios Solar Works, Focus on Energy and IBEW.