Arizona Attorney General Warns Public Of Fake Solar Initiative Flyers

Attorney General Mark Brnovich is warning the public about deceptive flyers in Phoenix claiming that state and federal governments are paying to have solar energy systems installed on qualified homes.

Flyers encourage homeowners to schedule “site audits.”

According to a press release, people who call get a solar sales pitch from a private company.

The flyers claim to be from the Maricopa County Solar Initiative.

The “Solar Initiative” is a private business and is not associated with the county, according to the release. It is also not a registered business in Arizona.

The company’s website also “improperly uses a modified version of the county seal,” according to the press release.

Similar flyers appeared in Clark County, Nevada, over the summer. Officials also warned that the Clark County Solar Initiative notices were deceptive as well.



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