Running a non-profit is no easy feat, especially when you’re struggling to get donations. But if you’re looking for a way to boost donations and reduce running costs over time, investing in solar panels is one of the best things you can do.
8MSolar offers solar panel installation for non-profits in North Carolina. We have the experience and resources to equip your organization with a solar system that meets your demands and budget.
As one of North Carolina’s leading solar panel installers, 8MSolar can fit your non-profit organization with a system that maximizes the benefits of solar power. In select cases, our team will even help you apply for and reserve large utility cash rebates before beginning the project!
Here’s why you should consider solar energy for your non-profit:
Your organization will increase its energy independence with solar panels, meaning the monthly fee you pay to your utility company will decrease
Solar energy is a clean source that will minimize your organization's environmental footprint and have an immediate and lasting positive impact on the environment
When it's time for your organization to upsize or move into a smaller building, solar panels will entice buyers, helping you command higher offers for your property
Non-profits using solar energy are eligible for solar panel installation rebates with Duke Energy offering up to $75,000 to cover your non-profit organization's solar power system installation
Church solar panels have the potential to power all of your religious facilities from clean, renewable sunlight alone. Are you ready to harness that power for the greater good?
Switching to solar power is the equivalent of:
8MSolar is the industry leader in delivering turnkey solar projects for our non-profit and religious partners. Whether you need solar panels for a church or another type of nonprofit entity, our solar experts take care of the entire panel installation process, keeping you informed every step of the way. Our team adheres to the following steps to ensure quality, consistency, and reliability.
We review your non-profit’s energy consumption to determine the size of the system you need, how much you will potentially save, and the rebates you can avail of and present our findings to you
Our engineering team creates electrical and mechanical drawings for you to review and if you’re happy, we perform all permitting and inspections required before beginning the installation process
Our in-house solar power engineers and installers execute your solar energy project with meticulous attention to detail, manage local authority and utility sign-offs and providing detailed reports
The Duke solar rebate will pay out 75 cents per installed watt of inverter capacity to all non-profit entities. This rebate is capped at a maximum of $75,000. Since non-profits are tax-exempt and cannot avail the tax savings, with this Duke Rebate, we can provide solar panels for non-profits at a much more affordable price.
We install three types of panels for solar PV systems for commercial properties:
Thin-film: These panels are ideal for high-volume rooftop installations