Accelerating Equitable Transition to Clean, Renewable Energy




Clean Energy For All


What is Solar?

Solar technologies convert sunlight into electrical energy through photovoltaic (PV) panels or through mirrors that concentrate solar radiation. Solar energy systems is better for the environment and do not produce air pollutants or carbon dioxide.

Community-Centric Approach

Our approach is to empower our communities to join the clean energy revolution. We are working to make electricity generated locally and the economic prosperity shared by all.

How community solar gardens can help expand access to clean energy and mitigate climate crisis

Community solar is a cooperative approach to clean energy. It offers an equal opportunity to solar electricity to the 85% of energy consumers who are renters or can’t have a solar panel on their property.

The Federal Tax Credit Reduces the Cost of Solar

With the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) in August 2022, it will save homeowners, businesses and non profits 30% of the solar cost.  In addition, solar electricity will enable households and communities that lack access to clean energy to own their own energy production.

Going Solar is a Smart Investment

Not only solar increases the value of the property, but homeowners typically generate a return on investment (ROI) of 10-20% on their home solar system.   Electricity prices continue to increase every year . Going solar will help you avoid rising energy costs and protect you against future increases in electricity costs.

Solar is Better For the Environment

By simply choosing a clean source of energy, you can reduce greenhouse gas emissions which are produced when fossil fuels are burned. Fossil fuels lead to rising global temperatures and climate change.  Another major benefit of solar is that you can enjoy better local air quality. Unlike fossil fuel-based energy, solar produces clean energy and has fewer cases of cardiovascular problems and chronic bronchitis.