SunWork Renewable Energy Projects

Systems for Nonprofit Organizations

SunWork installs solar systems for small nonprofit organizations in the Bay Area.  These systems help nonprofits reduce their electric bills enabling them to deliver more services to the community. The systems also increase the clean renewable energy produced locally.  Here are examples of our projects.

Completed Projects

All Saints Episcopal Church in San Leandro - 9.24 kW  
- Case Study
9.24 kW System at All Saints Church in PetalumaReverand Justin Cannon overlooking solar system

Chinmaya Mission in San Jose - 43.7 kW
43.7 kW system at Chinmaya Mission in San Jose

Community on the Shelterless (COTS) in Petaluma - 19.2 kW
19.2 kW system in Petaluma - Committee on the Shelterless

Ecumenical Hunger Project in East Palo Alto - 29.4 kW


Niles Discover Church in Fremont - 23.5 kW


Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum - 20.5 kW


Eastside College Preparatory School in East Palo Alto - 4.2 kW
Volunteer attaches panels

Palo Alto Church - Saint Albert the Great - 35 kW
Volunteers complete installation at Palo Alto Church

WildLife Associates
- 27 kW system in Half Moon Bay
Funding through nonprofit partner Everybody Solar, solar panel donation from Jinko Solar
inverter donation Enphase, mounting hardware from Mounting Systems
Wildlife Associates 27 kW solar installationJinko Volunteers help out with WilfLife Associates installation

Other Avenues Food Coop - 32 kW system in San Francisco
Funded through Power Purchase Agreement with nonprofit partner RE-volve


Our Lady of the Rosary Church - 27 kW system in Palo Alto


Kehilla Community Synagogue - 22 kW system in Piedmont, CA
Funded through Power Purchase Agreement with nonprofit partner RE-volve
Check out the time lapse video of the installation


Parents Nursery School - 4 kW system in Palo Alto
Parents nursery school  Parents nursery school2
  
Rebuilding Together Peninsula – 21 kW system in Redwood City
Funding through nonprofit partner Everybody Solar and solar panel donations from Jinko Solar
       Rebuilding together Peninsula     Rebuilding together

Shawl-Anderson Dance Center – 10 kW system in Berkeley
Funded through Power Purchase Agreement with nonprofit partner RE-volve
Shawl Andersen dance center     Shawl Andersen

The Catholic Worker House – 5 kW system in Redwood City
Catholic worker house

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