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Battle Of The Bills- For Homeowners Struggling With Huge Electricity Costs
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If you live in California, you probably know how high the electricity costs can get even when you try to incorporate energy efficient items around your home. The CFC light bulbs and double pane windows which you invested in may make a very insignificant difference in your electric costs. If you are wondering how you can finally lower your electricity costs, then maybe you should try investing in a solar system. Residential solar will provide you sufficient power to run your entire home. The systems are now designed to provide sufficient energy from solar panels for many years.
Solar systems can help you to save on electricity bill. SunRun has been known to offer some of the best solar power systems in California. Recently, it launched a campaign that is commonly known as Battle of the Bills. When SunRun launched the Battle of the Bills contest, it was targeting homeowners who are spending thousands of dollars paying up huge electricity costs. This contest is launched to find the homeowner in California with the highest electricity bill.
Joining the Battle of the bills contest is pretty simple. If you feel like your electricity costs are really high and you might take the grand prize home then visit Sunpro-solar.com to enter the contest. You will be required to fill out a simple online form with your personal details like your name, address and phone number and then attach a copy of your electricity bill. The contest runs from 1st August to 31st August so feel free to enter by filling the online form today. You will post your July electricity bill. The contest ends on August 31, 2013 so make sure you post your entry before that date because the last entries will be received on this last day of the month.
This is how the Battle of the Bills winners will be awarded. SunRun will give the grand prize winner the money to pay back the July electricity bill. The homeowner with the highest electricity bill in California will receive a grand prize which is a check of $500. You can use this money to pay your electric costs for the month of July 2013. The 2nd and 3rd place entries will be given a month pass to Rock Fitness Climbing Gym.
There are certain rules which apply in the Battle of the Bills contest. For instance, the entries are only applicable to electricity costs incurred in a residential setting. The electricity bills of any commercial or agricultural setting are not allowed in the contest. SunRun also emphasizes on entries for only those people who live in California. That is, you must live at least 75 miles from 92595 zip code. The winners will be notified before 9th of September. Winners are requested to claim their prizes before 30th September of they would be forfeited. Everyone is free to join the contest so make your entry today. This could be the ultimate solution to cover your electric costs for the month of July.
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