Solar energy is a more
fiscally AND environmentally responsible
means of power our learning institutions.
Nearly 140,000 K-12 schools, colleges, universities, and technical schools operate in the United States. Only 3,700 (2.6%) utilize clean, renewable solar energy to operate their facilities.
Relying on fossil fuels to power our schools and universities sends the wrong message to future thought leaders.
Reduce Operational Costs
Schools, colleges, and universities routinely face budgeting challenges.
With little-to-no money down, solar power reduces operational costs:
- An average K-12 school saves $21,000/year in operating costs
- Colleges/Universities can save well over $100,000/year (results vary based on sized and location)
Operational savings can be reinvested back into the school for:
save your school money.
Reduce Carbon Footprint
Natural resources aren’t limitless. Mankind’s usage rate of available resources is unsustainable, and burning of fossil fuels damages the o-zone layer. Solar power reduces your carbon footprint:
Learn how TerraSol Energies can reduce your school’s carbon footprint.
Leading the Way to a Sustainable Future
Many states in the Mid-Atlantic are already in the top-10 nationwide for solar utilization by schools. But anything short of 100% is lost contribution to a brighter tomorrow.
Reinforce Responsible Practices with STEM
TerraSol Energies offers learning opportunities to empower students with expanded project-based learning, internships, and career placement in the solar industry. Through the SunPower Horizons Program, STEM initiatives are expanded to include solar technologies and other renewable energies.
Empower students with expanded project-based learning, internships, and career opportunities in the solar industry.
SunPower’s Horizon Program offers schools classroom-based learning, field work, and professional development for students interested in renewables.
SunPower Helix Rooftop®
SunPower Helix Carport®
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