Groundswell Will Cut Your Utility Bill in Half! July 2020
Cut Your Utility Bill in Half!
COVID-19 is hitting the pocketbooks of DC residents hard
and some of us are being forced to choose between food, utilities and
rent. We want to help make that choice easier. We're reaching out to
inform DC renters and homeowners that if you receive benefits through
SNAP, TANF, Section 8 or SSI you are automatically qualified to cut
your utility bill in half through a
Groundswell Community Solar Project. This means you could begin
reducing your utility bill now, so you can use your money for
immediate needs during this crisis.
If you don't use SNAP, TANF or SSI, that's ok - you can
still qualify for this program based on household income and other
qualifications. For questions about whether you qualify, please get
in touch with a member of our customer support team at the email address
below or fill out our Empowered Subscriber webform here
and a member of our team will respond to your request within 24
hours. We only
have 28 of these slots left, so if you're interested
please reach out sooner rather than later.
Our organization builds community power. We develop
community solar projects and subscriber management programs that
connect solar power with economic empowerment for local communities.
We operate a number of community solar projects that are already bringing
savings and services to
communities across DC. More than ever, we believe that energy -
specifically clean energy - is a necessity, not a luxury. We're all
in this together; and we can't afford to leave our neighbors in need
behind. So if you think you qualify, or have a family member or
friend who you know needs a hand right now, please reach out or
forward this email.
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