Posted Thursday, April 12th, 2012by Craig
This article is provided by Cindy Bambini from Brightergy Solar Solutions.
Traditionally known as pioneers in sustainability, 501c3 organizations have long searched for a way to easily adopt solar energy. With Brightergy Solar Solutions BrighterLease, the search is over!
Founded in Webster Groves in 2003 and now headquartered in Kansas City, Brightergy has grown to become the Midwest’s leading solar development and finance firm. Through this growth our team has recognized that one of the most important segments in the region, non-profit organizations, are unable to utilize the incentives which make solar viable to for-profit entities.
All non-profits have to purchase electricity to operate their organizations. Given the choice, why wouldn’t you use solar power to provide at least part of what your organization already requires?
With a BrighterLease, your organization can now install solar energy with no upfront costs, no maintenance expense and a fixed monthly payment that is guaranteed to be less than what you are currently paying for the same amount of grid generated electricity.
What’s more, the electricity savings start immediately…which of course means more money for your mission as of day 1!
Brightergy’s turnkey solar generating systems are designed with virtually no time commitment required on your part. All aspects are directed and managed in-house including site analysis, design and engineering, permitting and incentive paperwork, installation, internal system monitoring and maintenance.
This new program has already received great response and enthusiasm from municipalities, schools and non-profits.
You can learn if a BrighterLease is right for your organization by attending our free St. Louis Business Journal seminar on Wednesday April 25th, from 7:30-9:00 am at the Missouri History Museum.
Our panel of experts will explain the incentives, the installation process and describe the benefits they’ve experienced since adopting solar – all from a non-profit perspective.
The seminar is free, but reservations are required. Please visit the event website to register: http://www.bizjournals.com/stlouis/event/68341