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Support Solar In Illinois & Win A Tesla! (... Maybe)

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Support Solar In Illinois & Win A Tesla! (... Maybe)

We don't send many sponsored email blasts. Actually, we are super picky about sending these, and you've probably never gotten one from us before. But this is a campaign we're very eager to support, and also think it comes with a fun and potentially super offer for our readers.

The Illinois Solar Energy Association is conducting a raffle in order to raise funds for the great work it is doing, and that raffle is for a Tesla Model S.

Interestingly, the winner of last year's Tesla raffle (ISEA is doing this for the second time) was a CleanTechnica reader, and he found out about the raffle through CleanTechnica. I'm hoping one of our great cleantech enthusiasts ends up winning again this year!

But when it comes down to it, most people entering aren't going to win, and that's why it's very important to us that the organization conducting the raffle is really trying to help the world. As you all know (you are subscribers to our solar newsletter), we need more solar power and we need good organizations doing the dirty work in the political arena to help bring that about. ISEA seems to be doing excellent work in Illinois to advance the solar cause, and whether we win a Tesla or not, I think we should feel good sending a hundred or a few hundred dollars its way.

I did enter the raffle myself, opting for the $300 for 4 tickets option (which provides a "discount" since 1 ticket = $100). I am hoping to win. :D But assuming I don't, I'm very happy to personally support ISEA. 

If you want to try your luck while supporting a solar organization, you can buy raffle tickets here.

If you're an Illinois resident, you can also try your luck at winning a rooftop solar PV system.

Best of luck to anyone who enters! (Just not wishing you more luck than I'm wishing for myself. :D)

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