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Solar for Nonprofit Organizations

Expand Your Horizons with Solar Power

Strengthen your connection to the community

By practicing environmental responsibility with the use of solar power, your organization can show the community that you’re not only driven for your primary cause, but also contributing to a sustainable future. Renewable energy like solar benefits local and global communities.

Learn more about the environmental impact of energy production here.

Choose a responsible energy source by going solar!

A Cost-Effective Solution for Sensitive Budgets

Dedicate your budget to your cause, not your bills

Many nonprofits have limited resources and varying funds. Continuously rising utility electricity costs increase the stress on your operating budget. Using solar energy, which has a lower cost per kWh than utility-provided electricity, offers a less financially demanding energy solution that will allow you to maintain the integrity of your operational budget.

Learn more about financing your solar project here.

Support Your Cause with a Team That Understands

Every project serves a greater purpose 

At YellowLite, part of our mission is to help you achieve yours. We’re motivated to spread clean energy for the good of the Earth and to extend an affordable energy solution for the good of our customers. Generating energy with solar power helps to preserve our environment by reducing pollution such as carbon emissions. It also provides organizations with a more affordable and direct energy source, allowing you more independence so that you can accomplish your goals. 

Power your operations for:

  • Charitable organizations
  • Educational organizations
  • Professional associations
  • Private foundations
  • Social advocacy groups
  • Any other nonprofit group

Contact a YellowLite solar consultant to learn more about starting your solar project!

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