Earth Day is this Friday, April 22, and NexGen is doing their part and celebrating and increasing environmental awareness for this annual event.
Earth Day Network’s year-round mission is to broaden, diversify and activate the environmental movement worldwide, through a combination of education, public policy, and consumer campaigns. In fact, more than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year.
While there are thousands of different ways individuals, groups, families and businesses are finding their own unique ways to contribute to this worldwide event, NexGen Construction is sticking to what they know best: educating the public about the wonderful benefits of solar technology and installing the highest quality solar systems on their customers’ properties.
Today, renewable energy resources only account for roughly 4% of electricity generation in the U.S. The majority of our energy comes from the burning of coal, which accounts for over 40% of our electricity. This burning contributes to more greenhouse gas than any other source of pollutants, and is a major contributor to the global warming observed over the past century.
With worldwide energy consumption estimated to rise by 60% over the next two decades, it’s time that we started to embrace a source of power that requires no burning of any fossil fuels and that is unlimited in its potential.
NexGen Construction specializes in solar system designs and installations for your property. We provide a Free Solar Webinar to watch online that provides information about solar technology and how you can benefit from a solar system. Also, a Free Online Solar Estimate tool will tell you how much a solar system will cost on your property based on your specific needs, along with your new electric bill, return on investment, and much more.
For a limited time in celebration of Earth Day, we’re offering $500 off your custom solar system installation.
Call today to schedule a free on-site estimate, and learn how you can start saving money on your electric bill—and our planet.