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Educational Institutions Solar 

Your educational institution's solar installation could be eligible for up to 50% off its total solar project costs through the elective pay program.*


New guidance released by the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy details that tax-empt or non-profit entities can claim the 30% base federal tax credit, an additional 10% Energy Community bonus (for properties that reside within the Energy Community zone), and an additional 10% Low-Income Community bonus (for properties that reside within the Low-Income Community zone). The total tax credit will allow these entities to receive a payment equal to the full value of tax credits for building qualifying clean energy projects.

Learn how optimized solar systems and their economics can make an impact on your mission and bottom line. We work with organizations to reduce operating expenses and design the perfect solar system for each facility's needs. Solar systems can help businesses save a significant portion each month on their electric bill while offering great tax incentives with the 30% base federal tax credit for businesses and adders for qualifying areas. Businesses in energy communities and both low-income communities can qualify for up to a 50% federal tax credit, therefore significantly increasing the return on investment.

Why Should Your Education Institution Switch to Solar?

Educational institutions are utilizing the great benefits solar has to offer, including a low-risk opportunity for ROI while setting apart your institution by becoming energy-independent. Now is the time to take advantage of the federal solar tax credits through the elective pay program and explore potential grant opportunities for your educational institution.

Boost Cash Flow

Reliable solar energy can reduce operating expenses, boosting your net operating income.

Lock In Low Energy Costs

Switching to clean solar energy reduces your exposure to rising utility rates by locking in fixed rates, putting you in control of your bottom line.

Green Sells

Energy independence has become a universally appealing business practice, creating new marketing opportunities.



Princeton, IN 

A 1.4 MW grid-tied solar energy system on the east and west-facing roofs of the Vuteq facility.

Orthopedic Associates Commercial Solar Energy System by Morton Solar

Orthopedic Associates

Newburgh, IN

A 534 kW grid-tied solar energy parking canopy and LED lighting retrofit.

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Sandy's Pizza

Sandy's Pizza

Fort Branch, IN

A 92.8 kW solar energy system in a combination of a roof and carport array.

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System Monitoring

Once installed, you can log in and access your system to view real time solar production numbers, ensuring optimum, reliable performance.


Contact us today to learn about a package built specifically for your needs.

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