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See how EnergySage helps non-profits make smarter energy decisions
At EnergySage, we take a consultative approach to helping non-profits go solar. We’ll provide you with an initial solar benchmarking estimate (to show how many solar panels you can fit on your property, how much electricity they’ll produce, and how much you can save with solar), and gather custom quotes from three vetted solar companies in your area - but only when you're ready.
We're there for you every step of the way.
Why non-profits go solar
Tax exempt organizations throughout the country are installing solar for three main reasons:
- Reducing operational costs by lowering or eliminating electricity bills;
- Reducing environmental impact by relying on the sun for power;
- And providing a clean energy success story for members of the community.
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How EnergySage helps non-profits go solar
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Take the hassle out of solar shopping
Non-profits across the country are turning to EnergySage to make going solar stress-free. We work with you to understand your needs and goals for solar, provide an initial solar feasibility study free of charge, and connect you to high quality installers in your area only when you're ready. The best part? Our Energy Advisors are here to answer any questions you have throughout the process.
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Lowering your electric bill
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Keeping the Earth in mind
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