David Suzuki and Pure Energies is a perfect pair
I don’t think I need to tell you about Suzuki, but perhaps you’re not so familiar with Pure Energies. The company will install a free solar power system on your home (if it qualifies) and maintains it and then shares in the revenue from the power generated with the homeowner. They also offer the option to the homeowner to buy the system and collect all of the revenues.
So, back to the David Suzuki Foundation: Pure Energies will donate a minimum of $10,000 to the David Suzuki Foundation’s efforts to promote energy conservation and renewable energy solutions. Here’s how it works: for every homeowner that signs up to find out if they qualify for a solar power system, Pure makes a donation to the foundations; for every homeowner that installs a systems, more money is donated.
The more people that sign up here and has a free solar power system installed, the more will be donated to the foundation.
Chris Stern, co-founder of Pure Energies, told me he’s extremely proud to support the David Suzuki Foundation, which he calls “one of Canada’s most respected, science-based organizations that is laying the groundwork for the much needed shift to more sustainable, healthier communities.”
“The David Suzuki Foundation is keen to support innovators that are driving the move to a brighter, more sustainable future,” Dr Faisal Moola, director of science at the David Suzuki Foundation said in a press relase. “Companies like Pure Energies are making it easier for Ontarians to join the green energy revolution and bringing much needed green energy into the grid.”