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Innovative Solar Group Purchase Program Comes to Denver Metro Region


REC Solar and 1BOG introduce first “solar buying club” to Mile High City.

Two solar power leaders have joined forces to make solar power more affordable for metro area businesses and residents.

REC Solar (www.recsolar.com), an industry-leading provider of residential and commercial solar electric systems, and One Block Off the Grid (1BOG, www.1bog.org), the largest residential solar community purchasing group in the US, will offer a unique group buying program that allows consumers to pool purchases and receive lower rates for solar installations—making it easier and cheaper to bring solar to Denver area rooftops.

“Our goal is to dramatically increase solar in the Mile High City and beyond,” said 1BOG Co-Founder and General Manager Dave Llorens. “This is a great opportunity to bring together friends, family, and neighbors to save money and reduce energy consumption.”

“Our partnership with 1BOG is a win for consumers and communities across the Denver metro area,” said Cary Hayes, REC Solar Colorado regional manager. “By having multiple solar projects in one neighborhood, we can lower installation costs and simplify the buying process for homeowners, while making a difference for our neighborhoods and our environment.”

The Denver area program includes Denver, Boulder, Aurora, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville and Littleton, as well as the Highlands Ranch and Stapleton neighborhoods. The deadline to sign up for the program is August 20.

Raising Awareness for Group Solar Buying Program
Representatives from REC Solar and 1BOG have fanned out across the metro area to spread the word about the group-buying program. In addition to e-mail and community organizing campaigns, the firms are posting lawn signs, handing out t-shirts in neighborhoods and hosting house parties to raise awareness.

REC and 1BOG will also host a series of free seminars to further educate consumers on the financial benefits of going solar and the discounted pricing available through this community purchase program. The seminars will take place:

• Monday, Aug. 3rd, 7:00-8:00pm, at the Highlands Ranch Library, 9292 Ridgeline Blvd., in Highlands Ranch, 80129

• Tuesday, Aug. 4th, 7:00-8:00pm, at the Lafayette Public Library, 775 W. Baseline Road, Lafayette, 80026

• Friday, Aug. 7th, 6:00-7:00pm, at the Hiawatha Davis Recreation Center, 3334 Holly St., Denver, 80207

1BOG selected REC Solar as its Denver area partner, in part for its established Colorado presence and its industry leadership in the depth, breadth, and quality of its solar design, engineering and installation services. For the past two years REC has installed more solar electric systems in the United States than any other company.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with 1BOG, a firm that shares our unwavering commitment to delivering excellent results for our customers, for each and every installation,” said Hayes. “We are excited about expanding solar energy in Colorado and working with homeowners and businesses that see the triple bottom line benefits of solar.”

“With its national presence and its vision to make solar electricity part of the mainstream energy supply, REC is helping us deliver exceptional value to the Denver area,” said Llorens. “Our combined strengths allow us to deliver the best deal ever.”

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