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Join the Solar for Scholars Challenge!
40 new solar homes = new greenhouse at middle school
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Hi Friend in Solar, 

Last week at Crossett Brook Middle School we made the news! I'm proud to announce that Suncommon is teaming up with Waterbury LEAP and other local solar installers to offer the Solar for Scholars Challenge! During the next year we aim to help 40 homes go solar, and when they do, we'll fund the construction of a new greenhouse at Crossett Brook Middle School! 

CBMS students need you to take the challenge.
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If you've been thinking about going solar, now's the best time to schedule a visit with one of our friendly Solar Advisors. Going solar today means that you can take advantage of federal and state solar incentives, get your system installed before the end of the year, and support our local middle school.
CLICK HERE to get started!

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How the challenge works.
Every home in Waterbury and Duxbury that goes solar between now and the start of school next year will be counted toward our goal of 40 new solar homes! When the goal is reached Waterbury LEAP and solar installers like SunCommon will fund the construction of a new greenhouse at CBMS. The greenhouse will be a great place for students to learn about local food and composting as part of the sustainability education program.

Mike McCarthy
SunCommon Solar Organizer

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