Solar for nonprofits

We enjoy helping those that serve our community, and we love installing solar for nonprofits. The Church of the Holy Spirit in Orleans recently chose to go solar with us. Now, this Cape Cod church’s ground mounted solar array will produce over 84,000 kWh of clean energy each year. A local landmark Since the 1930s,…

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solar for nonprofits in chatham MA on Cape Cod. Installation and design by My Generation Energy

We love installing solar for nonprofits. St. Christopher’s Church in Chatham recently chose to go solar with us. Now, this Cape Cod church’s roof saves the organization $12,500 in annual electricity costs. Their commercial solar array will produce over 36,000 kWh of clean energy each year – enough to offset the greenhouse gas emissions from…

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Wellfleet Preservation Hall commercial solar installation by My Generation Energy

We recently completed this Wellfleet commercial solar installation on beautiful Preservation Hall. This Cape Cod nonprofit’s unused roof space will now generate over $5,000 in electricity savings every year! Prez Hall’s new solar array will produce enough clean energy to offset the greenhouse gas emissions from more than 1.4 million smartphones charged each year. Support…

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solar on the roof of cape cod village, an innovative autistic community in orleans, massachusetts

We recently partnered with Luminous Solar and Cape Cod Village in Orleans to help this nonprofit go solar. Solar for Cape Cod nonprofits doesn’t always make financial sense. First, most nonprofit organizations must allocate their money to their missions. Also, nonprofits don’t have a tax liability, rendering these benefits useless to them. However, reducing operating…

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eastham ma cape cod commercial solar installation

Cape Cod’s nonprofit organizations can reap the rewards of solar energy – without the costs. Since 2015, our partner Luminous Solar LLC has been using local investment to help Cape Cod nonprofits go solar. In addition to providing value, Luminous’s model also keeps all the energy dollars within the community, improving the Cape’s environment and…

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