Sungevity Teaming With ABC Carpet & Home To Provide Solar Solutions To Homeowners

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One of the world’s leading providers of residential solar services, Sungevity, recently announced that it is teaming up with the popular New York City based design destination ABC Carpet & Home to bring home solar energy systems to a wider consumer base.

As part of the new deal, solar installation experts from Sungevity will be available for consultation at the Manhattan location of ABC Carpet & Home during NY Climate Week (September 22-28). These representatives will be able to answer a wide variety of questions on subjects such as: home installation, customization, carbon emissions, and energy efficiency.

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According to the press release the partnership will not only provide ABC’s community “with an easy and affordable solution to installing solar power in the home but also supports the greater mission to educate today’s conscious consumers with sustainable design, while minimizing their collective environmental footprint.”

“When we launched the rooftop revolution in 2007, our goal was to make solar affordable and accessible,” stated Andrew Birch, the chief executive officer of Sungevity. “We are doing that, and as a result, solar is becoming the obvious choice. Now, through our partnership with the mission-based business, ABC Carpet & Home, we can deliver solar to consumers who see choosing solar as a complement to their social awareness.”

“ABC is proud to stand with Sungevity and be a conduit through which this positive energy can flow, providing an actionable response to climate change, empowering our consumers to become the solution and bring it home,” stated Paulette Cole, chief executive officer and creative director, ABC Carpet & Home. “Committed to fostering a green economy for a healthy planet and people, ABC will donate $150 to the Barefoot College through the ABC Home & Planet Foundation for every solar conversion. Solar for solar, light for light, we celebrate this mutual alignment in mission with Sungevity and invite our community to be a part of the change and vote with their dollars.”

If any of our readers heads to the Manhattan ABC Carpet & Home, feel free to leave a comment with your thoughts.

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