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Nibezun, a Native-led nonprofit that seeks to revitalize and preserve Wabanaki culture in Passadumkeag, Maine, added a new solar array and heat pump system to deliver sustainable electricity and heat to its facilities. Partnering with Everybody Solar, nearly $60,000 was raised from foundations and individual donors, to install the solar array and heat pump system, which will offset almost all of its current electricity usage and allow Nibezun to spend more of its resources on cultural preservation programming.

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Nibezun, a Native-led nonprofit that seeks to revitalize and preserve Wabanaki culture, welcomed a new solar array and heat pump system to deliver sustainable electricity and heat to its facilities.

Partnering with Everybody Solar, nearly $60,000 was raised from foundations and individual donors, to install the solar array and heat pump system, which will offset almost all of the nonprofit’s current electricity usage and allow Nibezun to spend more of its resources on cultural preservation programming.

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Citizen Watch Company has launched a new brand campaign, focused on its groundbreaking Eco-Drive technology...  As part of the campaign rollout, and in partnership with 1% for the Planet and Everybody Solar, Citizen is encouraging consumers to share their purpose and light-inspired moments. For every #mylight moment shared to @citizenwatchesus, Citizen will donate $5 to Everybody Solar towards the goal of 100% funding of a Spring 2022 solar installation project.

 

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Our annual Project of the Year Awards are a celebration of the solar industry. The hard work of construction teams and installers, the creativity of engineers, the leadership of developers and owners, and the dedication of so many local businesses and nonprofits are all on display. ... The installation of a 20kW, ground-mounted solar array, taken within the scope of the energy market at-large, is pretty ho-hum. The Buckhorn Children and Family Services Project though, our C&I Ground Mount project of the year, shows the value of zooming in on small-scale distributed solar projects and measuring impact beyond MWh and grid services...

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YMCA Camp Cory on Keuka Lake, where kids and families have been served since 1921, unveils a new solar array to decrease operating costs, which will help support financial assistance. The installation of this solar array coincides with Camp Cory’s recent communication of its centennial master plan, which entails renovations & expansions of its current facilities in order to serve generations to come.  

“The money saved from installing the solar array affords us the opportunity to offer more experiences to campers and youth in our community,” said Pat Foster, Executive Director of YMCA Camp Cory, a branch of the YMCA of Greater Rochester.

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Penn Yan, NYYMCA Camp Cory is excited to announce the installation of a brand-new solar array on their dining hall roof. Camp Cory partnered with Everybody Solar, an organization dedicated to providing solar energy to nonprofits.

“As a non-profit, having partners like Everybody Solar allows us to really focus on our mission of making a difference in the lives of as many individuals as we can,” said Pat Foster, Executive Director of YMCA Camp Cory. “This solar array gives us the ability to finically support children that come to camp, while also helping to minimize our carbon footprint.”

 

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Unless you happened to visit the headquarters building at Glacier National Park during a handful of days in June, you would have no idea about the future-changing work that took place there. When workers and visitors use the building the lights still go on, and the computers work just as they should. The difference is taxpayers get a much smaller bill for electrical service, and the park made another significant stride toward sustainability and energy independence.

So how did this happen, and what does it mean?

In 2012, the National Park Service adopted a Green Parks Plan that adopted clear and meaningful goals to create a more sustainable future across the National Park system....

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PENN YAN — YMCA Camp Cory on Keuka Lake is excited to announce the installation of a brand-new solar array on the camp's dining hall roof. Camp Cory partnered with Everybody Solar, an organization dedicated to providing solar energy to nonprofits.

“As a non-profit, having partners like Everybody Solar allows us to really focus on our mission of making a difference in the lives of as many individuals as we can,” said Pat Foster, executive director of YMCA Camp Cory. “This solar array gives us the ability to finically support children that come to camp, while also helping to minimize our carbon footprint.”

 

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Located in Penn Yann, NY right next to the Keuka Lake sits YMCA Camp Cory. As a non-profit organization, every dollar counts. That is why the camp partnered with Everybody Solar to bring solar to the camp. The camp leadership and Everybody Solar, an organization that helps nonprofits invest in solar, worked together to select Paradise Energy Solutions as their installation partner. 

 

The 31 solar panels installed on the camp's dining hall roof will save the camp $4,000 in the first year alone. "This solar array gives us the ability to financially support children that come to camp, while also helping to minimize our carbon footprint," said Pat Foster, Executive Director of YMCA Camp Cory.

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