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SHC Roadmap - How to Share

Shortlink: http://www.seia.org/shc-roadmap

Share with SEIA on our social networks and spread the news - Solar Heating and Cooling is on the rise! Twitter; Facebook; LinkedIn.

Social Media Guidelines

Twitter

  • Use the #solar hashtag whenever discussing the the roadmap so everyone following solar topics can learn more about solar heating and cooling
  • Retweet SEIA’s tweets about the report and solar heating and cooling

Sample Tweets:

Click to Tweet: SEIA's #Solar Heating and Cooling Roadmap released today! Goal of 300 GW thermal SHC capacity by 2050: http://seia.us/17t2LOz

Click to Tweet: #Solar heating & cooling could employ 50k+ people by 2050! New Report: http://seia.us/17t2LOz

Click to Tweet: SEIA's #Solar Heating and Cooling Roadmap = 50k American #jobs and save $61 Bl/yr by 2050: http://seia.us/17t2LOz

Facebook

Sample Post:


Today, more than 30,000 solar heating and cooling systems (SHC) are being installed annually in the United States, employing more than 5,000 American workers from coast to coast. This is good, but we believe it can be a lot better!
http://seia.us/17t2LOz

Sample Post:

New Solar Heating and Cooling Roadmap by the Solar Energy Industries Association calls for driving installed SHC capacity from 9 GW thermal to 300 GW thermal by 2050, the equivalent of taking 64 coal plants offline! http://seia.us/17t2LOz

LinkedIn

  • Be sure to link to the report and share with all your professional connections!

Sample Post:

SEIA’s SHC Roadmap

New Solar Heating and Cooling Roadmap by the Solar Energy Industries Association shows how Americans could save $61 billion annually in energy costs and reduce CO2 emissions by 226 million tons annually  http://seia.us/17t2LOz

Sample Post:

SEIA’s SHC Roadmap

New Solar Heating and Cooling Roadmap by the Solar Energy Industries Association calls for driving installed SHC capacity from 9 GW thermal  to 300 GW thermal by 2050: http://seia.us/17t2LOz

 
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