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Win A Solar-Powered Tesla!

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Assuming You Already Have The Solar...

We need to tackle global warming and air pollution. Critical ways of doing so include going solar, getting an electric car, and putting a price on carbon. Since you're a subscriber to this solar list, we're assuming you already have solar. The next step would be to get an electric car and support work to put a price on carbon. Here's your chance to do both at once.

Carbon pricing organization Climate XChange is conducting a raffle for a fully loaded Tesla Model S or Tesla Model X (or several other electric prizes). By donating to Climate XChange, you can get a raffle ticket (or more than one) that gives you the chance to win this grand prize, and Climate XChange even covers your taxes on the winning (coming to total value of $147,180).

Oh yeah, and you even get to design the Tesla exactly as you want it -- paint color, dash trim, type of seats, Ludicrous mode or not (of course you want Ludicrous mode!), etc.

Other prizes include a pair of electric bicycles, an electric outdoor care kit, an iRobot scrubber and mopper, an iRobot vacuum cleaner, and a Tesla Model S experience.

With a maximum of 2,000 tickets being sold, the odds are really quite attractive for the scale of the prize. I bought two raffle tickets myself, both for the slim chance of winning a totally super prize and simply to support a quality carbon pricing organization.

I'd encourage you to buy some tickets yourself... but... well, that might lower my odds of winning. ;)

Director, CleanTechnica

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