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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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Buckhorn Children and Family Services officially opened a new solar array on their Perry County campus on June 30. The organization partnered with Everybody Solar, a national nonprofit, to install a solar system at Roger’s Cottage, a building that currently has electricity bills exceeding $1,500 in winter months. The solar array is expected to save Buckhorn as much as $6,200 per year.

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One Spirit, a nonprofit global collective of Oglala Lakota Indians and volunteers, with the help from Everybody Solar, a nonprofit dedicated to providing solar energy to other nonprofits, has unveiled a solar battery-backup to the meat processing facility, the Charging Buffalo House, on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

Note* donors include Tatanka Fund (not Tribal Fund)

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Glacier National Park's headquarters building has gone solar.

With support through the Glacier National Park Conservancy, Everybody Solar, and the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, a solar array recently was installed on the roof of the building.

The array is projected to prevent the release of 37.9 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in its first year and reduce the park's overall operating costs to run the building, which houses most of the park's permanent staff year-round.

 (special note: Actual system size is 34.56 kW, not 44.66 kW. Also impacts offsets)

 

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Glacier National Park’s headquarters has gone solar.

With support through the Glacier National Park Conservancy, Everybody Solar, and the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, a solar array was recently installed on the roof of the building.

The total for the project was $105,680. The Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation provided a $75,000 challenge grant that was critical in incentivizing additional philanthropic giving, said Conservancy Director Doug Mitchell. Solar Plexus, a company located in Missoula, helped with the implementation of the project.

 (special note: Actual system size is 34.56 kW, not 44.66 kW. Also impacts offsets)

 

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COLUMBIA FALLS — The power of the sun is being harnessed to provide energy at Glacier National Park.

The non-profit Glacier National Park Conservancy has installed a solar energy system at the park’s headquarters building.

The solar energy system, provided by Everybody Solar, is projected to prevent the release of 37.9 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in its first year and reduce the park’s overall operating costs, according to a news release.

 (special note: Actual system size is 34.56 kW, not 44.66 kW. Also impacts offsets)

 

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Everybody Solar has installed 34.56 kW of rooftop solar on Glacier National Park (GNP)’s headquarters in Columbia Falls, Montana. Glacier National Park Conservancy, the official non-profit fundraising partner of GNP, helped make the project a reality.

“Bringing solar energy to the headquarters will be Glacier National Park’s largest energy project to date,” said Jim Foster, GNP chief facility manager, “this project will show the public we mean business when it comes to sustainable practices.”

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Next time you’re in West Glacier, you may notice a recent upgrade at Glacier National Park’s Headquarters building: a brand new rooftop solar system. The headquarters building is the hub of Glacier’s operations, housing park leadership offices and providing year-round visitor information.

As Glacier expands its commitment to renewable energy and a more sustainable future, adding solar panels to the park headquarters building is a huge step forward. This project will take the headquarters building off the grid, freeing up those resources for other critical park needs.  (special note: Actual system size is 34.56 kW, not 44.66 kW. Also impacts offsets)

 

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Buckhorn Children & Family Services (BCFS), a nonprofit organization in eastern Kentucky that provides services to at-risk youth, has unveiled its new 20.4-kW solar array to its Buckhorn Campus Rogers Cottage. The solar installation, provided by Everybody Solar, an organization dedicated to providing solar energy to nonprofits, is projected to produce 28,288-kilowatt-hours annually, decreasing the electricity costs of the BCFS building by 29%. The first phase of the project was completed in February 2021.

“Lighting, heating, and cooling are ongoing concerns for operations,” said Billy Smith, BCFS executive director, “Our electricity bills for the Cottage alone are over $1,400 per month during the winter — so installing a new solar array to decrease operating expenses will help us tremendously. ...

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BUCKHORN, Ky. — Buckhorn Children & Family Services, a nonprofit organization in Eastern Kentucky unveiled their new 10-kW solar installation provided by the nonprofit Everybody Solar, in partnership with MaxSolar, Mountain Association, and HOMES, Inc.

This installation is the first phase of the two-phased project. The nonprofit needs to raise an additional $32,262 to complete the project....

...Not only will this solar installation increase the impact Buckhorn has on children and families in all 120 counties in Kentucky, but it also provides new job skills to former coal miners...

 

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Buckhorn Children & Family Services, a nonprofit organization in Eastern Kentucky that provides a sanctuary of health, healing and hope for at-risk children, youth and families throughout Kentucky, unveiled their new 10-kW solar installation provided by the nonprofit Everybody Solar, in partnership with MaxSolar, Mountain Association and HOMES, Inc. This installation is the first phase of the two-phased project. The nonprofit needs to raise an additional $32,262 to complete the project.

 

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