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jinkosolar logo_webbSHANGHAI - April 18, 2013
JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. ("JinkoSolar" or the "Company") (NYSE: JKS), a leading global PV solar power product manufacturer, today announced that it had provided Everybody Solar, a San Francisco-based NGO, 21.6 kW high efficiency solar modules through a combination of donations and fair market value sales, bringing the power of solar energy to the Redwood City, California community.  

allSustainable Industries - May 8th, 2013
Everybody Solar is breaking ground this week on its inaugural solar installation, a 21.5 kW project for Rebuilding Together Peninsula (RTP). The project was born from a successful fundraising effort that kicked off in May of last year and attracted over 100 individual and corporate donors. The installation will help power RTP’s Redwood City headquarters, saving the nonprofit over $150,000 throughout the system’s 25-year lifetime.

RTPRedwood City, CA - March 27, 2013

Solar Non-Profit Completes Final Funding Round for Redwood City Project Non-profit organizations

Everybody Solar announced today that it has surpassed its fundraising goal of $34,000 and can now begin its inaugural solar project, a 13.5 kW system on the roof of Rebuilding Together Peninsula (RTP). The fundraising effort kicked off in May of last year and has attracted approximately 100 donors to date. This installation will bring much needed solar power to RTP’s Redwood City headquarters, saving the nonprofit close to $100,000 throughout the system’s life.

GreatNonProfits.org 2012 BadgeSan Francisco, CA - January 7, 2013

Everybody Solar announced today that it has been honored with a prestigious 2012 Top-Rated Award by GreatNonprofits, the leading provider of user reviews about nonprofit organizations.  

“We are excited to be named a Top-Rated 2012 Nonprofit,” says Youness Scally, Executive Director, Everybody Solar. “We are proud of our accomplishments this year, including launching our first project to bring solar to nonprofit Rebuilding Together Peninsula.”

RTP LogoRedwood City, CA - May 31, 2012

Non-profit organizations Everybody Solar and Rebuilding Together Peninsula (RTP) have launched a new effort to bring solar power to the rooftop of RTP’s Redwood City headquarters, greening the 501c(3) charity’s community focused efforts and potentially saving them several thousand dollars a year on utility costs.  

Everybody Solar chose Rebuilding Together Peninsula as their first solar project because of RTP's strong impact on a disadvantaged and often over-looked community.  

younJanuary 27, 2012

Volume 3 of the HERO Newsletter highlights Youness Scally, Executive Director of Everybody Solar.  As a student of the Effective Green Business Marketing course at Ohlone College, Youness gained insight into Green Business management and met new colleagues and other eco-entrepreneurs in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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everybody solar twitter avatarSan Francisco, CA - December 15, 2011 

A new charitable organization, Everybody Solar, helps both the environment and local U.S. communities thrive with the use of solar power.  This young non-profit hits the eco-NPO scene with a fresh take on green people-focused charity.  

“Our goal is to protect the environment and strengthen U.S. communities through solar energy projects.  By providing solar power to local charities, we will help struggling organizations reduce electricity costs and direct their limited funds back into the communities they serve,” said Youness Scally, Executive Director of Everybody Solar.  

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