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A collection of notable moments in our work to help local communities and reduce our society's reliance on fossil fuels.  

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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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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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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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