The solar company demonstrates to Good Morning Texas how owning your electricity can save you hundreds a year on your electric bill.
O3 Home Solar is the optimal solution for taking control over high electric bills once and for all. With this emerging leader in the energy field, homeowners can now easily have solar panels installed at their home and kiss high electricity costs goodbye. Rather than rent energy at the overpriced rate, their current energy provider is selling it to them for, homeowners can own their electricity instead and create their own power through solar.
O3 Home Solar is making it easy to switch to solar with their O3 Home Solar Challenge. To prove how owning your own electricity is that much more cost-effective, homeowners are challenged to an O3 Solar Diagnostic, and if the diagnostic shows that their electric bill cannot be lowered by converting to solar, O3 will pay them $500. Recently, O3 Home Solar’s president, Adam Foley, sat down with Good Morning Texas host, Jane McGarry, to talk about why there is finally something good about paying electric bills.
“Why convert to solar?” asked McGarry, “You know, the primary purpose is savings!” Foley replied.
Since 2011, Dallas-based O3 Energy has provided energy solutions to heavy power users. It specializes in the development, construction, and operations of energy generation systems and facilities. The company provides clients with affordable clean energy through onsite generation. For more information, please visit o3energy.com
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