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Wildlife Associates Roof with SolarVolunteer Crew Goes into the Field to Complete Nonprofit Rooftop Installation

San Francisco, CA – June 9, 2015 – Today Everybody Solar, an award-winning solar energy nonprofit, announces that it has fully installed a 27 kW solar array for fellow nonprofit Wildlife Associates. With the help of 20 employees from Enphase Energy, JinkoSolar and Mounting Systems, three of the project sponsors, and training and supervision provided by nonprofit installer SunWork Renewable Energy Projects, the system is up and running and will produce over 40,000 kilowatt-hours of clean energy annually.

WLAhomerunMarch 24, 2015  - Module Supplier Sponsorship and APNF Grant Takes Project Fundraising Across the Finish Line

San Francisco, CA – March 24, 2015 – Today Everybody Solar, an award-winning solar energy nonprofit, announces that JinkoSolar and All Points North Foundation (APNF) have stepped up to bring solar to fellow Bay Area nonprofit Wildlife Associates. In September, Everybody Solar kicked off a crowdsourced fundraising campaign to bring a solar array to Wildlife Associates and cut their electric bill by 90%. These donations pushed the campaign past its goal of $78,500, allowing construction on the 27 kW solar array to commence. The hundreds of thousands of dollars in savings will support the organization’s mission of wildlife conservation and education.

mounting systems alphaPV Solar Report - December 10, 2014
San Francisco nonprofit Everybody Solar is on a roll with its latest project — bringing solar to nonprofit Wildlife Associates, a wildlife sanctuary and children’s educational nonprofit in Half Moon Bay, California. The solar array will save Wildlife Associates enough to teach an additional 5,000 kids each year about wildlife and science.

Since the project’s announcement in September, Everybody Solar has added some key partners to the effort. Microinverter provider Enphase Energy donated over 100 microinverters and accessories, significantly lowering the project cost. That contribution took Everybody Solar past 18% of its crowdfunding goal for Wildlife Associates.

wild tamandua georgePV Solar Report - October 31, 2014
Enphase Energy, the leading microinverter technology provider, has donated over 100 microinverters and accessories to the Wildlife Associates project in Half Moon Bay. This in-kind donation will help significantly lower the cost of the project and pushes Everybody Solar past 18 percent of their fundraising goal. 

"Giving back to our local community is important to Enphase and our employees," said Jeff Loebbaka, senior vice president of global sales, marketing and support at Enphase. "Our collaborative effort with Everybody Solar will help bring clean energy to Wildlife Associates and reduce electricity costs so more resources can be directed toward the organization's animal-care and education programs." 

Robertson-Family-BDR-Award-6Solar Power World - October 22, 2014 . Solar Power World held the 2014 Top 400 Solar Contractor’s Gala Monday night at the ARIA Resort and Casino, where more than 200 contractors gathered for a night of networking, dinner, awards and celebration.

Rhone Resch of Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) kicked off the dinner portion of the event with an uplifting, congratulatory speech. During dinner Eileen Robertson, accompanied by her three children, honored Everybody Solar with the 2014 Brian D. Robertson Memorial Schools Fund award for their exceptional work in the non-profit sector.

altBusiness Wire - October 21, 2014
The solar stars were out in force last night at the Solar Power World Top 400 Solar Contractors Gala, which kicked off Solar Power International (SPI) last night in Las Vegas. Co-hosted by Solar Power World and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), contractors from across the country packed the Juniper Ballroom at the Aria Resort & Casino to celebrate the excellence and explosive growth of the solar industry and the role they play in it.

For Outstanding Philanthropy – The Brian D. Robertson (BDR) Solar Schools Memorial Fund Award

altHalf Moon Bay Review - October 2, 2014
A November fundraiser is scheduled to help Half Moon Bay-based Wildlife Associates wildlife sanctuary obtain a solar installation that will help defray its energy costs.

The San Francisco-based nonprofit Everybody Solar announced in September that it would crowd-source a new commercial solar project for the 120-acre Wildlife Associates, which cares for animals unable to survive in the wild, and provides educational programs in the Bay Area.

American Red CrossAmerican Red Cross - September 24, 2014
The American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter will honor recipients of the 2014 San Francisco County Heroes Awards at a breakfast on September 25, 2014 at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel in San Francisco. This annual Heroes Breakfast recognizes local individuals and organizations that make a difference in their community through acts of extraordinary courage and kindness.

Community Service Hero, Organization: Everybody Solar - Youness Scally

Anabelle teaching kids about the environmentPVSolarReport - September 5, 2014
We all know that solar power confers many benefits, both financial and environmental. San Francisco-based nonprofit Everybody Solar takes that a step further by crowdfunding solar projects for nonprofit groups that traditionally can’t afford or finance solar. That allows the nonprofits to put more resources into their mission.

For its latest project, Everybody Solar is compounding these benefits by using solar power to help care for animals at a wildlife sanctuary.

homeboysolarPV Solar Report - May 22, 2014
“It takes the hood to save the hood” states a large billboard near the corner of Van Ness and Market in San Francisco. The quote comes from Rudy Corpuz Jr. -- an ex-felon turned community activist -- who emphasizes that saving the hood requires love and understanding of the kids in the hood. The solution starts with good education.

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