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SUNation Solar Systems gives back to its community through many charitable efforts as part of its not-for-profit corporation, SUNation Cares, which provides the gift of electricity to Long Island families in need.
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SUNation Solar Systems announced today that it will be providing a solar electric-generating system, including design, permitting, installation and monitoring with a lifetime service plan to a local, Long Island veteran. Scott Maskin, Chariman of the Board of Directors of SUNation Cares, a nonprofit, said “It’s a privilege for us to be able to provide the gift of electricity to a veteran and his or her family and we are thrilled to be working with JVC Media and Jay Oliver to find the perfect candidate.” There will be no cost whatsoever to the veteran or his family chosen.
Beginning on September 6, 2016, nominations will be accepted here . Those wishing to nominate a veteran in need for a rooftop solar PV electric-generating system are encouraged to apply. The veteran nominated shall reside in the home and the home should be his or her primary residence. SUNation Cares is planning to donate more than one solar system to a veteran this year and looks to expand this program in 2017 to help even more veterans and their families. Winners will be announced on Tuesday, September 27th on the Jay Oliver show at 8am on LI News Radio, 103.9 FM. JVC Media is currently working in conjunction with SUNation’s CEO, Scott Maskin, to get the message our to our Long Island Veteran’s community about this opportunity.
This system will provide electricity to meet the needs of the veteran or his family nominated and chosen by SUNation Cares board members. Nominations may begin at 8am on Tuesday, September 6th.
SUNation Cares Program Requirements:
- Must be Honorably Discharged with a valid DD214 form
- Must live on Nassau or Suffolk counties
- Must provide copies of the PSEG-LI electric bills
- The deadline for nominations is 9/20/16
- A committee of company executives, local politicians, township officials, PSEG and NYSERDA will select one veteran who could benefit the most from the gift of free solar
- The final veteran selection will be announced by 9/28/16 and the estimated solar installation will be November or December of 2016
Atlantic Beach, NY, March 4, 2016– Suffolk County-based SUNation Solar Systems’ not-for-profit corporation SUNation Cares provided a SUNation Solar PV System to generate free electricity to a family in need. The solar company donated a complete solar system, as well as labor, design and engineering services so that the Miller family, which has a special needs son Oliver. This charitable idea to help the Miller family inspired SUNation CEO Scott Maskin to establish SUNation Cares, a not-for-profit division of his company. He describes Oliver’s mother, Missy, as a remarkable person who has selflessly dedicated her life to her son. She was also instrumental in gaining approval of medical marijuana for the chronically ill in New York State.
On Friday, March 4, 2016 at 10:00 a.m., the Miller family gathered outside their home for the final day of installation of the donated solar system. An anonymous donor in Suffolk County donated her SUNation solar panels to this effort.
About SUNation Cares
SUNation Solar Systems gives back to its community through many charitable efforts as part of its not-for-profit corporation, SUNation Cares which provides the gift of electricity to Long Island families in need.“
SUNation Solar Systems is a full-service solar installation provider based in Ronkonkoma, NY. With unmatched attention to detail and dedication to a high standard of quality of work, the company has built a strong reputation since its origin in 2003, and has installed over 2,000 residential, commercial and municipal systems in the region to date. The solar company gives back to its community through many charitable efforts as part of its not-for-profit corporation SUNation Cares. SUNation Solar Systems Chief Executive Officer Scott Maskin also serves on the Board of Directors of the Girl Scouts of Suffolk County, and is a dedicated supporter of Last Chance Animal Rescue.