PROVO, Utah, Dec. 23, 2018 — The Acosta family’s home, located in Provo, Utah, was transformed with the installation of a brand-new, premium solar system. The Acosta family arrived in Utah a few years ago and the family of five enjoys spending time in nature, playing in the park, going to church, watching movies, and enjoying time with family and friends. They enrolled in the Habitat for Humanity program, and have been able to work towards home ownership. With the donation from ION Solar through the ION Earth program their home is now solar-powered!
ION Solar donated a complete solar system free of charge to the Acosta family by working with Habitat for Humanity. By partnering with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, ION Solar is able to assist homes, schools, and shelters in need by providing them with premium solar systems, lessening the hardship of high utility bills while diminishing the need to burn fossil fuels.
ION Solar has set out to establish great relationships with many of the communities the company works with. One way they do that is through the ION Earth program. For every two megawatts of residential solar systems ION installs they donate a premium solar system, providing a full-service solar experience for deserving families in our communities. ION’s amazing employees donate their time and expertise to install the system. Every household that makes the switch to solar with ION Solar helps to power a home for someone in need through the ION Earth program.
About ION Solar
ION Solar is a premium, full-service solar provider. ION offers affordable solar solutions that give customers the benefits of solar with little or no up-front costs. Full-service includes a custom-designed system using premium equipment and they handle all of the permitting, applications, installation, and inspection. ION has local offices in Provo Utah, Hampton Virginia, Boise Idaho, Denver and Colorado Springs Colorado, Austin and San Antonio Texas, Las Vegas Nevada, Albuquerque New Mexico, and surrounding areas. Learn more at ionsolar.com.