Solar Power for Nonprofit Organizations
"AllSeason Solar installed solar on our clubhouse August 2014 and we couldn’t be happier. We’re saving so much that we upgraded the lighting in our clubhouse. Most HOA’s have to be concerned that they will have to increase their fees in repairs and maintenance but in our case, we might actually be able to reduce HOA fees."
-Dr. Robert Kahrmann
Woods Landing HOA
Mays Landing, NJ
"In response to questions posed by our homeowner’s association, the proposal and contract from AllSeason Solar was subject to intense scrutiny. An attorney, CPA and current AllSeason Solar customers provided very positive feedback and made our decision an easy one."
The Gatherings HOA
Cape May, NJ
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Your nonprofit is unique, so is your approach to going solar.
Going solar isn’t just for residential homes and commercial businesses. Nonprofits have a lot to gain from introducing solar panels into their organization. The installation of solar power for your nonprofit organization not only provides renewable funding to the institution that can be redirected into core programs, but it also benefits our environment and supports local green jobs. Although solar power installation for nonprofit organizations is more complicated than a commercial or residential installation due to the differences in federal tax and state benefits, AllSeason Solar is ready to help make this process easy and positive for all nonprofits. AllSeason Solar, the best solar panel company in New Jersey, understands the unique needs of nonprofits and how to save your organization the most money.
As a nonprofit business, your organization depends on strict financial planning to increase incoming contributions and decrease the cost of operations, so more money is dedicated to your cause. Electricity is one of the highest operating costs, yet it is a necessary utility for all businesses. Solar power helps nonprofit organizations provide the same amount of energy needed to work efficiently without having to pay high utility bills each month. Our other clients have seen substantial cost savings from switching to our efficient commercial solar panels. The amount of money you can save by following in their footsteps depends on the size of your facility, your geographical location, and the current energy rates. Plus, you can invest those savings back into your mission.
Financial incentives are not the only benefits solar power provides to nonprofit organizations. Your organization can be a model for how nonprofits can have a positive environmental impact by using the greenest renewable energy available — the sun. With rising environmental concerns, solar power for homes and businesses is becoming more and more popular.
AllSeason Solar's solar power services and programs provide immediate savings to nonprofit organizations that switch to solar power, as well as a hedge against rising energy rates over the long term. We've installed solar panels for religious groups, clubhouses, Knights of Columbus, veteran's groups, government facilities, and homeowner's associations.
Your community is going solar, but residents have questions.
AllSeason Solar is frequently asked to come to a community for an educational presentation. There is a lot of misinformation about solar, and we believe it's our responsibility to educate consumers on this fast-paced industry. We even provide refreshments while covering these important topics with homeowners:
- How Solar Works
- What are the Benefits to Various Equipment Choices
- Power Purchase Agreements, Leasing and Buying Solar
- How the Solar Market is Changing
- Who Qualifies for Solar
Make the switch to solar today.
Get your nonprofit started on the path to big cost savings, so you can focus on what really matters: your mission. AllSeason Solar is dedicated to making your switch to solar fast and reliable, so your cause and your community don’t feel the difference in the change of energy. With years of training and experience under our belts, we provide the leading solar system installation services for New Jersey homes, businesses, and nonprofits.