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ecoSolargy Raising Funds to Donate Solar System to Buena Park Non-Profit

ecoSolargy plans to donate a free solar system to Giving Children Hope in Buena Park to offset its electricity costs.  The company has launched a Giving Children Hope series of solar panels; 50% of profits on the series will be placed in a fund to pay for the Giving Children Hope solar system.  Once the solar system is in place, it will reduce the non-profit’s electricity costs for the next three decades.  Giving Children Hope supports a local...
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Solar Energy Company ecoSolargy Donates Solar Modules to Homeboy Industries

Solar solutions provider ecoSolargy (www.ecoSolargy.com), has donated 9 kW of solar modules to Homeboy Industries.  ecoSolargy provides one-stop services and supplies to businesses, utilities and homeowners so they can convert to solar for their energy needs; Homeboy Industries, founded by Fr. Greg Boyle in 1992, provides a variety of free services to at-risk youth to help them have successful, productive lives.  The panels will be installed at...
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Honduras Service Project (1)

A Day in Honduras

Overcoming poverty is incredibly difficult, but most experts agree that education is essential. Imagine for a moment you’re among the hundreds of millions in the third world who need corrective lenses, but can’t afford them. Your journey towards education and a better life is halted before it can begin... Our recent posts have explored ecoSolargy’s newly implemented CSR program. A vital aspect of the program is volunteering in our community....
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Repost: It’s a Wonderful (Solar) Life

Happy Holidays Everyone! Frohe Feiertag! Glade feriedage Feliz Navidad Kol Sana Wenta Tayeb It’s A Wonderful (Solar) Life (via Clean Technica) By Carter Lavin, Solar Marketing Group Whether it’s a solar array that helps a charity organization focus more on its mission by eliminating its electric bill, or a lamp that helps a child in a remote village do his/her homework at night for the first…
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Can Solar Help Prevent Crime?

A couple weeks back, I was at a government contracting meeting at the Los Angeles City Hall.  Due to lovely LA traffic and scheduling, I didn’t have time for lunch #ABitPeckish.  Fearing I would have to sit through a 3-hour meeting without sustenance, I heard wonderful news of a diner downstairs.  I rushed down and found Homeboy Diner!  It was a savior to my stomach and to the others attendees #HungryDeeterIsAViolentDeeter!  I thought the name...
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