Free Commercial Solar for Churches and NGO’s from $2 Billion Solar Fund

Blue Origin Solar to Hold Conference With Church and Non-profit Leaders on How to Save up to 90% on Electricity Costs

Portland, United States - October 21, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Portland, Oregon, October 20, 2017. Blue Origin Solar is hosting a major event for church and non-profit leaders throughout the Portland, Oregon region to help them find out how to take advantage of a unique sustainable energy platform. Through a unique commercial solar fund, churches and other facilities have the opportunity to save up to 90% off their current electric bills by converting their existing electricity demand from traditional utility grid sources to solar energy, without any upfront investment.

This event will be held from 10am to 12pm at the Village Inn Restaurant located at: 1621 NE 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97232. Blue Origin Solar’s Founder and President, Roger D. Cruise will be explaining the qualifications of this unprecedented opportunity for church and other community leaders on how to know if their properties qualify. “Many churches, schools, other non-profits and businesses have already taken advantage of this amazing energy savings program and are enjoying incredible savings on their electricity bills, ranging from the tens of thousands to millions of dollars during the guaranteed 25 year life of these solar energy systems.” This program is backed by a $2 billion solar fund to help proliferate solar energy in more states around the US,” noted Mr. Cruise.

Instrumental in this effort to spread the good news to church leaders about this unique commercial solar retrofit program is Dr. Willie Banks, CEO of the Rosa Parks Foundation of Oregon, a 501c3 non-profit entity. Dr. Banks, a noted civil rights activist and champion of the underserved in all communities, stated ” I appreciate the efforts of Blue Origin Solar to bring this opportunity to so many faith based entities who would not otherwise have the opportunity to save so much money on their electricity bills. Those of us involved with helping others in need understand the importance of maximizing resources so we can promote more good in our communities.”

This informational brunch meeting will be held in the restaurant’s banquet room and is limited to 30 people to allow adequate time for questions and answers. Mr. Cruise went on to state, “Generally speaking, if a church or other property has monthly electricity bills of at least $1,500 or more, and room to install solar panels, on the roof and/or ground, they will likely qualify for this special energy savings program.”

Because space is limited, invited attendees need to RSVP to Blue Origin Solar by sending a brief message to Info@BlueOriginSolar.com with their name, the church or other entity they represent, and who will be attending from their organization.

About Blue Origin Solar, LLC

Blue Origin Solar is a co-developer of novel solar products and distribution partner with Divinergy, an innovative solar technology manufacturer. As marketing partner with GenCom, which is backed by a $2 billion solar fund, Blue Origin Solar markets a unique commercial solar retrofit program that delivers immediate savings of up to 90% to its customers with zero upfront costs. Blue Origin Solar is based in Portland, Oregon.

About the Rosa Parks Foundation of Oregon

The Rosa Parks Foundation of Oregon, a 501c3 non-profit, whose mission is to honor the memory of Rosa Parks, and the many fellow citizens whose lives have been positively impacted by her bravery. She stood in the face of adversity while championing the rights of all citizens to pursue the American Dream as equals in the United States of America. Rosa Parks Foundation of Oregon is based in Portland, Oregon.

Contact Info:
Name: Roger D. Cruise
Organization: Blue Origin Solar, LLC
Address: 650 Northeast Holladay Street Suite 1600, Portland, OR 97232, United States
Phone: +1-800-373-1076

For more information, please visit http://www.BlueOriginSolar.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 253233

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