Win a $4000 Solar Panel System installation with Environment Week Edmonton

Want to pay less on your power bills, and be the envy of your neighbours?

The Grand Prize in the 2012 Environment Week Edmonton contest is a Ready SolarTM Solar panel package for your home, with installation Westburneincluded, valued at over $4000!

The Solar panels and related Hardware will be supplied by Canada’s leading electrical material distributor, Westburne Electric Renewables, and installed by Edmonton-based businesses That Solar Place, Phil’s Electrical Contracting Ltd and SolNorth.

What else can you win?

There are many eco-friendly prizes available to be won, including city attractions passes, rain barrels, a CAA Battery, Experience Alberta Passes, and a special home energy feasibility study to help you determine what kind of energy solution is right for your home, worth.

Click to Enter the Draw

Check out the Win Stuff page for a full list of prizes

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About Environment Week Edmonton

Environment Week celebrates Edmonton’s environment. It is a great time for Edmontonians to host and attend events that include some learning, some fun and some action. Action is doing something on purpose to lessen your impact on the environment. Celebrating and action projects are great ways to bring a community together towards a greener future. Participating in local Environment Week events is a great way to discover easy things you can do for the environment. The choices you make – big and small – really do make a difference because your action counts!

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