Oil Mixes with Solar on Main Street - Kent County Saves Program Launch
Kent County Saves’ unique plan is designed to help the community in Rhode Island hedge against rising utility costs by owning their own renewable energy system and getting paid for it, not only through local and federal solar incentives, but $500-$2,500 in additional Oil Fuel Credits for home heating.
Old and New Finally Working Together - Providing up to $2,500 in Oil Fuel Credits
Valley Fuel and Warwick Oil are teaming up with WattSun Solar to form the first oil-solar partnership in New England: Kent County Saves.
The Kent County Saves program is a grassroots initiative aimed at residents who qualify for solar incentives but don’t realize it. Kent County Saves’ unique plan is designed to help the community hedge against rising utility costs by owning their own renewable energy system and getting paid for it, not only through local and federal solar incentives, but $500-$2,500 in additional Valley Fuel credits for home heating (Incentives pursuant to Title 39 Chapter 26.6 Rhode Island General Law*). Upfront expenses for each Solar Power System are paid by program financing partners and then recouped with incentive payments made by their utility company.
The Kent County Saves program launches this Friday at the grand opening and open house of WattSun Solar’s new location in the Valley Fuel/Warwick Oil building on Main Street, and is open to the public.
“A typical customer switching to solar with the Kent County Saves program will cut their monthly electricity costs by half for years to come, with no money out-of-pocket to get started.”
-- Dennis Watson, CEO WattSun Solar
What: Homeowners and business owners can learn more and register for a free solar assessment online at KentCountySaves.com, calling (401) 821-WATT, or by attending the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony this Friday.
Where: 1343 Main Street, West Warwick, RI 02893
When: Friday, September 30th from 2:00-4:00pm
About Kent County Saves
Working together, Warwick Oil, Valley Fuel – longtime Kent County fuel suppliers – and West Warwick-based WattSun Solar are setting the course for meeting future residential heat and power needs in Rhode Island, proactively creating the first oil-solar power partnership in New England. Learn more at: http://KentCountySaves.com; http://www.wattsunsolar.com/; http://www.warwickoil.com/ *http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/title39/39-26.6/INDEX.HTM
Press Contact: Ryan Wells
Mobile: (401) 315-4587
Ryan R. Wells