$16,500 3kW Solar Power System Sweepstakes from SunPower! #WinSolar



Disclosure: Please note that this is a sponsored post. I received special perks in order to facilitate this review. However all thoughts and opinions expressed below are my own. A full disclosure may be found at the bottom of this review.

Sometimes trying to choose a more natural or eco-friendly option is exhausting. From weighing pros and cons, to also making sure that you get what you can afford. But this is an easy choice. While more and more earth-friendly discoveries are being made everyday, it's all very new technology, which usually means it's very expensive. Sometimes there are even reoccurring expenses involved too, just another thing to think or worry about.

What if I told you that you could choose a low-impact source for electricity that would reduce your family's carbon footprint, and also save you money? I know what you're thinking: "So what's the catch?" Honestly? There isn't one.


What we're talking about is solar panels. Solar panels are a worthy investment, because they truly pay for themselves. You may even be eligible for a 30% federal Investment Tax Credit, as well as state and local incentives, making it more affordable than ever. Did you know that it is estimated a solar power system is installed in the US every 3.2 seconds? That is a lot of families choosing to go solar, with good reason. Depending on the size of your household and your electricity use, solar panels could help your electricity bill go from $100's to nothing! While Little E, my husband, and I don't use that much energy, but my side of the family that includes my parents, and my four siblings, certainly do. Their electricity bill is in the neighborhood of $250 a month in the summer, and sometimes as high as $500 in the winter. Just for electricity! It is these atrocious electricity charges that convinced them to go solar. The difference was immediately evident, and now they only pay a few dollars a month here and there when they use more energy than the solar panels can produce. Want to know more? For more information on how to save with solar panels, click here.

Let me introduce you to SunPower. This company was started in Silicon Valley nearly 30 years ago and services California, New York, Hawaii, Arizona, and Colorado. They are just one of the many sources for solar panels, so why choose SunPower? Their solar panels are the most efficient, allowing you to maximize the energy produced by each panel. SunPower have received recognition from many third-party laboratories around the world for their reliability and the long-term performance of its technology. A company that stands behind its products, it offers an industry-leading 25-year power and product warranty on their panels. It is the unique SunPower Maxeon® solar cells that result in superior performance, reliability, quality, and aesthetics. To date, they have produced more than one billion cells and has installed more than 4.5 gigawatts of solar around the world---that's enough to power Paris, France for an entire year.


To go solar with SunPower, please go to their website. You can also find SunPower on your favorite social media source, like their Facebook page, follow them on Twitter, and check out the SunPower communities.

It gets even better. SunPower has generously put together an amazing sweepstakes you simply can't miss. You can win a 3kW solar power system valued at $16,500! One grand prize winner will receive this amazing prize package.

Please note, sweepstakes eligibility is limited to those who own a solar-suitable home within the state of California, New York, Hawaii, Arizona, or Colorado. You can find the rules and FAQs here. Good luck!



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11 comments

  1. My husband and I have talked about switching to solar power. It's too expensive for us right now, though.

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  2. I would love to add solar power to our house one day. The start up costs are tough but I know that it would pay off long term. I would love to get a $30 bill in the summertime.

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  3. This is such a better thing to use for the environment, but it is insanely expensive though!

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  4. We'd love to try solar panels here at home, but they're pretty expensive especially here in the Philippines.

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  5. Really a great article. You install solar panels in your home and thus you help to combat greenhouse gas emissions and global warming and reduce our collective dependence on fossil fuel as well. We are trying to use this solar panel, but it is too expensive here.

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  6. Awesome post and giveaway indeed. Solar panels are the way to go as far as saving money goes and better for the environment. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. I've read great things about solar power and think it's a great energy source. Very interesting post.

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  8. the house i grew up in had solar power and it was pretty cool. i have considered putting some into my house but haven't gotten there yet.

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  9. I was first introduced to solar panel technology in my country. Missionaries from overseas come and install them in remote locations so the community can enjoy electricity. What an amazing concept - and the installation may cost, but the energy is free :)

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  10. This is awesome! I know there is a great deal going on in New York to install solar panels on your house and get a discount through your electric company.

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