Beach CIties Solar Consulting

Solar For Non Profits

Solar energy is the future! Whether you want to lower your utility costs or focus on saving the environment, Beach Cities Solar Consulting can help. Don’t hesitate to reach out so we can help you explore different options for going solar.


Ballasted (No roof penetration) Solar Installation

Benefits of Solar for Non-Profits

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    Reduce Expenses

    Solar power and energy storage reduce operational costs for non-profits. Utility bills place a huge burden on non-profits since they take money away from the cause and rise every year. By harnessing solar energy and storage technology a non-profit can meaningfully reduce monthly expenses and save a lot of money in the long run.

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    Good for the Environment

    Solar energy is, of course, good for the environment. Procuring your energy from the sun means you’ll lower your carbon footprint. You won’t be using energy from coal and natural gas, which are responsible for high percentages of carbon dioxide emissions. Instead, you’ll be using renewable energy sources that are emissions-free.

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    Inspire Your Community

    Another huge benefit of using solar energy is that you’ll have a larger impact on your community. You’ll set an example and inspire others to use renewable energy. Anyone can support an organization that uses natural energy, so you’ll have more luck attracting new donors! The solar industry also creates a lot of jobs, so by using it, you’ll be supporting the local economy.

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    Non-Profit Solar Financing

    Do you absolutely love the idea of going green, but the financial aspect is worrying you? Luckily, there are lots of ways to fund your solar and energy storage project!
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      Power Purchase Agreement

      A Power Purchase Agreement (or PPA) is the most common way for non-profits to go solar. With a PPA, a third party will install and own the solar system on your roof. There is no upfront cost to the non-profit. The non-profit will benefit from lower electricity costs and ongoing maintenance support. These agreements are typically for 20 or 25 years.

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      Raising funds for a solar project isn’t easy, but it’s so worth it. You’ll be asking donors to invest in a system that will save money in the long run! You’ll be able to allocate many more resources toward your organization’s mission once you install a solar system.