Vancouver, Canada, July 11, 2016 â€“ Solar Alliance Energy, Inc. (â€˜Solar Allianceâ€™) or (the â€˜Companyâ€™) (TSX-V: SAN, OTCQB: SAENF) is pleased to announce it has signed an agreement with the Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) at Camp Pendleton in San DiegoÂ to market residential solar systems to active duty, retired and civilian employees. The contract allows Solar Alliance to market to more than 70,000 daily visitors to Camp Pendleton, which is the largest Marine Corps base in the world.
â€œWe are extremely proud to be working with the Marine Corps Community Services at Camp Pendleton in order to provide access to affordable, professionally installed residential solar systems to active duty, retired and civilian employees,â€ said Solar Alliance Chairman and CEO Jason Bak. â€œWe understand the value provided to service men and women at the MCCS Camp Pendleton and we are committed to providing access to the highest quality solar systems at the most affordable price. We have also committed to hiring family members of service men and women so we can ensure the benefits of this relationship are shared by the broader Marine Corps community.â€
The agreement with MCCS at Camp Pendleton is part of a larger program at Solar Alliance to increase our reach across Southern California and expand our sales and marketing outside of the San Diego area. This will include office expansion into other markets in Southern California and ultimately, outside of the state of California.
Jason Bak,Â Chairman and CEO
About Solar Alliance Energy Inc. (www.solaralliance.com)
Solar Alliance is a solar sales and marketing firm focused on residential solar installations.Â Our mission is to encourage the transition to an independent, distributed solar market through a strong management team that combines technical, sales, marketing and financial expertise. Solar Alliance is committed to an exceptional customer experience, effective marketing campaigns and superior lead generation in order to drive sales and generate value for shareholders. Since its inception in 2003, Solar Alliance has developed over 360 megawatts of renewable energy projects and subsequently sold them to utilities or large independent power producers, and has installed more than 2,000 residential solar systems in southern California. Solar Alliance is located in Vancouver, British Columbia and San Diego, California.
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