Greenpenny, a virtual and carbon-neutral bank, has launched a campaign to build awareness around solar energy system financing and sustainable banking solutions. Although available to customers nationwide, greenpenny is using its new “Bright Light” campaign to focus on communities in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin to assist them in adopting solar energy systems to power their neighborhoods, businesses, non-profits and farms.
“We believe solar systems have become bright lights in the renewable energy movement,” says greenpenny V.P., Jason MacDuff. “At greenpenny, we strive to make it easy for people to be bright lights in their communities by offering fast, easy, and affordable financing for solar projects. Whether the appeal of solar systems is their climate stewardship, economic benefits – or both – greenpenny is ready to help finance bright lights of renewable energy across Midwestern communities.”
People across the nation can bank with greenpenny. Customers enjoy competitive rates, features and experiences with greenpenny’s checking and savings accounts, and CDs. Money deposited in greenpenny is secure, earns interest, and is only used to finance renewable energy projects like solar – no fossil fuels. Customers open accounts online and access online and mobile banking platforms with zero ATM fees worldwide.
The “Bright Light” campaign will include new and expanded digital display, video, website and direct mail content with active social media outreach.
“We want to talk with anyone who can help shine a bright light on values-based banking experiences,” added MacDuff. “Financing a sustainable tomorrow is the sole mission of greenpenny. And the more people with us on our mission, the more we can do our part to create a more sustainable planet together.”
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