Renewable energy can drive economic growth and environmental benefits in communities most impacted by underemployment, pollution and climate change.
Since 2004, we’ve installed solar for 3,323 households
and engaged 8,141 people in solar education and training.
Reduced energy costs mean more money invested in families and communities.
Homeowners and renters who qualify as low-income
COMMUNITY FACILITIES SERVED
Multifamily affordable housing buildings, nonprofits and other service providers
Fewer expenses = more money in families’ pockets
Solar helps environmentally burdened communities see a brighter, clean future for generations to come.
Clean power for families and communities
TONS OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS PREVENTED
Over an expected 25-year lifetime
CARS TAKEN OFF THE ROAD
Lifetime CO2 reduction equivalent
Our training programs help participants launch new careers in solar
PEOPLE RECEIVED HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE
Participants include volunteers, students, and job trainees
TOTAL JOB TRAINING HOURS
Time spent on our job training focused installs
JOB TRAINING PARTNERS
Schools, colleges, vocational programs, and community based organizations