Participate in tax benefits that are only available to for profit organizations
Government agencies and nonprofit organizations like churches and schools are taking advantage of power purchase agreements and lease options to go solar without any upfront costs or expenses associated with the maintenance and upkeep throughout the life of the solar energy system.
DEPRECIATING VALUE OF FEDERAL TAX INCENTIVES
By offering substantially discounted and free energy to nonprofit and government organizations, Power Production Management shares the value of the 30% federal tax credit with nonprofit and government organizations that would otherwise be ineligible.
Reduce the administrative costs of running a nonprofit and reinvest in program services
Highly efficient nonprofit organizations spend 25% or less of their budget on overhead like fundraising and management.
Keeping energy expenses under control can help nonprofit organizations achieve and secure highly efficient operations.
Solar energy reduces overhead expenses, enabling organizations to spend more money where it matters.
West Windsor Township, New Jersey
Princeton wanted to return to its 1990 emissions levels by 2020.
5.3 megawatts of solar was installed using ground mount and sun tracking panels.
Princeton now produces over 8 million kilowatt hours of energy to power its campus in addition to the educational opportunities for students studying the system.
Westside Baptist Church
Power Production Management Project
Westside Baptist Church wanted to utilize unused roof space on two large buildings.
315 kilowatts of solar was installed in an agreement to rent their roof to solar investors.
Westside receives thousands of dollars each year in compensation from investors and reinvests in program services.
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