• Solar for NPO's and Faith-Based Organizations

  • NPO’s & Faith Based Organizations

    SunPower by Stellar Solar has a long history of providing solar power to non-profit and faith-based organizations. We understand that lowering your energy costs frees up more monies to serve your constituencies and we have experts on our commercial team that specialize in serving non-profit institutions like yours, including regional hospitals and research centers, churches, schools and universities.

    Large facilities and campus settings must navigate a wide range of challenges and opportunities in order to increase their energy efficiencies and lower energy costs. Our experienced team will do the analysis, present multiple options and help guide your organization through the complex process of going solar in an easy to understand, no-pressure manner.

    SunPower by Stellar Solar has completed systems ranging from 30 kW to over 1 MW in size, in settings that include rooftop, parking/carport structures and large ground mounts. We are also well-versed in working with myriad types of third-party financing, including commercial leasing, Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), PACE financing, lease-to-own and of course, straight purchase.

    For groups supported by membership, SunPower Stellar Solar will also conduct educational meetings, such as Lunch-and-Learns, to help get your membership up to speed on solar and even offer special discounts to members who choose to go solar at home.

    To inquire about going solar and saving money on your utility bills for your nonprofit or faith based organization, contact SunPower by Stellar Solar today. 

  • With a fairly large campus in Rancho Bernardo, San Rafael Parish paid almost $100,000 in electricity costs last year. By deploying rooftop solar on four buildings, the parish's annual bill is expected to shrink by almost 75%, to less than $25,000. "At that rate, we expect this investment will pay for itself in savings very quickly,"

    San Rafael Parish Pastor

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