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Just because Veteran's Day has already passed does not mean it's time to forget the work of current and former military personnel. In fact, the solar energy industry has been instrumental in powering operations for all branches of the military and in providing reliable and cost-effective electricity for when veterans return home from deployment.

Veterans Help Companies Adopt Solar Panels
One New Jersey solar installation company recently announced a new program designed to help veterans and organizations seek to help ex-military personnel get on their feet financially after returning home from a deployment. The Adopt-A-Solar-Panel program works in two ways. For one, veterans will able to receive above-average commissions on every solar panel sale they make. Plus, companies and other organizations will be able to have a portion of the money paid for a new installation go toward providing free PV power systems to groups like the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and the American Legion.
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