This month Synergy kicked off our new Community Solar Program, donating $1,000 to the Sebastopol Educational Foundation (SEF) , by finishing our first solar system installation under the program.
Liz Schott, Superintendent of the Sebastopol Union School district, said at the kick off, “Sebastopol Educational Foundation (SEF) appreciates Synergy Solar & Electrical Systems for its dedication to the environment and to our district. In these challenging economic times, partnerships like this between SEF and Synergy are crucial to maintaining the vitality of our local schools.”
Scott and Averi were the first to install a solar system through the Synergy Community Solar Program with SEF. Scott Leonard explains why he chose to utilize this program:
“Averi and I are proud to help launch Synergy’s Plug into the Sun SEP initiative —their new solar program that donates much-needed dollars to the Sebastopol Education Foundation. We have three children in the Sebastopol school system and fully understand the growing need for funding. As a local green business owner, we’ve always been interested in reducing our carbon footprint, and as a Go Local Sonoma board member, it made perfect sense to go with Synergy as a local company. Our solar installation was just completed, and the experience was flawless with virtually no money out-of-pocket. Now that this unique program is off the ground, our community has a venue to reduce energy expense, protect the environment, and give significant amounts of money to our local schools–an amazing win, win and win situation. The Synergy staff made the entire process easy from start to finish, and we are pleased with the design, installation and the service. Our solar installation is an investment that has added to the value to our home, reduced our monthly expenses, and helped to preserve the environment while supporting our schools.”
Chaz, Conor and Gustavo installing panels.