SunWork has partnered with nonprofit RE-volv for several nonprofit solar installations around the Bay Area including the Harbor House installation in the summer of 2017.
SunWork designed the system, and with the help of many volunteers, built the 14.4 kW solar system with 48 solar panels that will reduce Harbor House’s electric bills by roughly 39%, saving around $111,000 over 25 years. The money saved will help improve the quality of Harbor House services and enable them to serve more of the community.
Helping Harbor House save money and preventing CO2 emissions are great goals by themselves, however this project is about much more. It’s about locally driven change that empowers people to take control of their communities’ health. It’s about educating children about solar, and making sure that the next generation knows the value of clean renewable energy and protecting the environment. It’s about making the value of solar accessible to all communities. It’s about getting everyone involved and giving everyone a chance to make a difference. Check out the video on Harbor House and RE-volv’s successful crowdfunding campaign.
Check out the latest RE-volv crowdfunding campaign here.