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Orchard Hardware Customers Offered Solar Power

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Quick News: If you’re a resident of California, you’ve probably heard of Orchard Hardware — it has 89 hardware and garden retail stores across the state. News is, Orchard Hardware has now teamed up with SunPower to encourage more people to go solar. The “high efficiency solar power systems” are being offered “via information displays at Orchard Supply Hardware’s California stores and at www.OSH.com.”

Basically, the displays describe the technology a bit and tell people about the installation process, as well as providing info on local SunPower dealers and SunPower’s solar leasing and loan options.

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Orchard Hardware sign in Sunnyvale, California via jimg944

 
 
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