Granja de Jerusalén: ¿Quiere facturas de electricidad más bajas?

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¿Quieres apoyar la equidad solar?

Al registrarse para obtener una placa especial de Empower KC, puede ayudar a que la energía solar sea accesible para las familias de bajos ingresos en Kansas City.

Necesitamos que 200 personas se inscriban en el Missouri Specialty Plate para que sea una realidad. Lea los detalles a continuación.

Siga estas instrucciones:

  • Complete la solicitud en el enlace a continuación para expresar su interés en comprar la placa especial Empower KC.
  • El Coordinador de Sostenibilidad de Jerusalem Farm se comunicará con usted para brindarle más detalles sobre el programa.
  • Si recibimos 200 registros antes del 30 de junio, la Legislatura del Estado de Missouri considerará desarrollar la placa en la sesión legislativa de 2024.
  • Una vez que se apruebe el registro, se debe realizar una donación de $25 a Jerusalem Farm (que apoyará directamente un sistema de energía solar). También hay una tarifa de procesamiento adicional de $15 para el estado de Missouri.

Registrate aquí

https://jerusalemfarm.my.site.com/s/form?language=en_US&flowName=Campaign_Signup&recordId=7013h000000BktcAAC

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