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by Josh Navarro

Sulzbacher Village in the Brentwood area celebrated the new installments of solar panels Thursday morning.

Officials said often times, nonprofits have less access for solar and are financially stretched thin. But this will allow staff to focus on taking care of residents instead of the electric bill.

There are 126 solar panels on the roof of their building off Springfield Boulevard. It will help save the nonprofit roughly $7,000 a year.

 

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by Kelsey Misbrener

Sulzbacher, the largest service provider for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Northeast Florida, welcomes a new solar array to power its Sulzbacher Village affordable housing complex. Partnering with Everybody Solar, a nonprofit that facilitates solar energy for other nonprofits, Sulzbacher will now benefit from a 49.8-kW solar energy system to maximize the use of the Florida sun.

 

 

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Sulzbacher Village in the Brentwood area celebrated the new installments of solar panels Thursday morning.

Officials said often, nonprofits have less access to solar and are financially stretched thin. But this will allow staff to focus on taking care of residents instead of the electric bill.

 

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On Oct. 13, Sulzbacher, the largest provider for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Northeast Florida, will cut the ribbon on their newest project.

Partnering with Everybody Solar, a nonprofit that assists in solar energy for other nonprofits, Sulzbacher will power its Sulzbacher Village, saving on energy costs.

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by Chris Crowell

The middle market of solar – that non-residential, non-utility scale, pure commercial solar project that’s about 200 kW to 1 MW in size – is historically the trickiest to pull off, despite the seemingly great opportunity for savings, available roof and parking space, and so on. ... Everybody Solar was Solar Builder Commercial & Industrial 2021 ground-mount solar project of the year.

 

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by JP Edge

Glacier National Park recently celebrated its new 34.56-kilowatt solar array on the roof of park headquarters. The 108 panels have been up for about a year now and have generated around 28,000 amp hours since they began working a few months ago.

Several organizations, including Everybody Solar, the Glacier Park Conservancy and Solar Plexus, a solar installation company out of Missoula, and major donations from the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation with a contribution of $75,000, came together on the project with zero expense to the park. ...

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Tucked out of sight along the roof of the already out-of-sight Glacier National Park (GNP) headquarters in West Glacier are 108 solar panels, the latest photovoltaic array helping the park pare back its carbon footprint.

The solar panels, which generate 34.56 kilowatts, were installed on the park headquarters last year and have offset roughly 39,000 pounds of CO2 by utilizing power from the sun — the equivalent of planting 290 trees or removing 880 cars from Going-to-the-Sun Road.

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A Project focusing on clean energy and sustainability was celebrated today at Glacier National Park Headquarters. It's been one year since Everybody Solar constructed 108 solar panels on the roof of the park Headquarters building in West Glacier. The $100,000 project was funded through private donations and a partnership with the Glacier National Park Conservancy.

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by Dominic Vitiello

Glacier National Park officials met on Wednesday, to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for their HQ Solar Project.

With the help of Everybody Solar, a non-profit aimed at providing solar power, the parks headquarters were outfitted with solar panels on the roof, totaling 34.35 kW of energy.

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