A&R Solar has installed systems for nonprofits, local schools, colleges, and public buildings in Washington and Oregon. Many of these organizations have used grant dollars to help pay for their system while others have used their capital budget to install solar. In either case, installing solar energy will help your non-profit benefit from a reduced (or free) energy bill for decades.
Government and foundation grants may be available to help your organization pay for up to 100 percent of the cost of a new solar energy system. A&R Solar has installed systems for nonprofits, local schools, colleges, and public buildings in Washington and Oregon. Many of these organizations have used grant dollars to help pay for their system, and they are now receiving the benefits of a reduced energy bill.
Our solar team stays up to date with local and federal grant programs that provide solar for community organizations like schools, churches, libraries, and some small businesses. We can help:
Locate grants that will help pay for the cost of going solar
Assist with grant writing and technical information for applications
Track grant application process and an updated timeline to installation
We believe in corporate responsibility which is why we’re proud to be a B Corporation. A Certified B Corporation is a new kind of company that uses the power of business to invest in, and help solve, social and environmental issues. We meet higher standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability. We conduct business on what we call our Triple Bottom Line, measuring success by our social, environmental, and economic impact. Our solar energy solutions help homeowners, local governments, and businesses slow the destructive effects of climate change. At the same time, our customers are gaining energy independence and supporting a local, green economy. The result is a cleaner, safer planet, increased energy independence, and a robust local economy.