Solar Donation is a Ray of Sunshine for Long Island Family

Some people just know how to spread a little sunshine… even on a
cold and snowy March day!

Meet the Millers of Atlantic Beach. For anyone who has ever met this very special family, you know that they can make the sun shine through any kind of storm.

But on this day, as the snow fell, it was the team at solar company SUNation Solar Systems who was spreading a little sunshine at the Miller house. They were putting the finishing touches on a complete solar panel system installation they donated to help 16 year old Oliver Miller and his family.

Oliver suffered a stroke in utero and faces many challenges, including frequent and dangerous seizures.

Oliver’s tight knit family have been tireless champions for Oliver. His mom, Missy, has been an instrumental force in the fight to get New York State to approve medical marijuana for the chronically ill.

This solar installation and donation by SUNation Solar will be a ray of sunshine when it comes to savings as the Millers work to cover Oliver’s medical expenses.

Left to right: Kyle Starke, SUNation Installer;  Scott Maskin, SUNation CEO; Brandon Miller;  Katie Miller; Missy Miller; Oliver Miller; Denise Ford, Nassau County Legislator, Rich Bivone, Electrical Inspectors, Inc.
Left to right:
Kyle Starke, SUNation Installer; Scott Maskin, SUNation CEO; Brandon Miller; Katie Miller; Missy Miller; Oliver Miller; Denise Ford, Nassau County Legislator, Rich Bivone, Electrical Inspectors, Inc.

Left to Right: Scott Maskin, Antoinette Verzino, and Lynn Vita of SUNation; Jennifer Rommel, PSEG; and Gina Carrara, SUNation
Left to Right: Scott Maskin, Antoinette Verzino, and Lynn Vita of SUNation; Jennifer Rommel, PSEG; and Gina Carrara, SUNation

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