The Green Leaf
Spreading some sunshine
August 17th, 2013

Folks who are participating in RevoluSun's Solar Saver social media campaign. Courtesy RevoluSun.

Folks who are participating in RevoluSun's Solar Saver social media campaign. Courtesy RevoluSun.

One Hawaii solar company is using social media to help spread the word about solar savings (from solar photovoltaic systems).

Honolulu-based RevoluSun has established a Solar Savers team that hangs out at local beaches and community events handing out free shirts, sunglasses and more to spread awareness about solar energy.

Here's how it works: People who meet the Solar Savers team take a photo and tag themselves and RevoluSun on Facebook. Those who agree to do so are entered in a drawing for a $50 American Express card in a monthly drawing.

The social media campaign started in July and runs through September.

RevoluSun will be at the beach fronting Hale Koa Hotel (2055 Kalia Rd.) from 9 a.m. to noon today (Saturday, Aug. 17) and at the 31st Annual Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival at Kapiolani Park from 3 to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

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One Response to “Spreading some sunshine”

  1. Biswajit:

    The only way to get anywhere close to a fair ettisame is to actually call up a solar installer in your area, and get a free quote. The price depends vastly on your energy usage, and your location. Two houses can be neighbors, and one can use 20 times as much electricity.Solar hot water costs $4-6k, after which you may get some rebates or credits.Solar electricity costs $6k and up, after which you may get rebates or credits. A typical system, if there is such a thing, is several times that size, and it is not unheard of to have a system 20 times that large.