The recent recession left public and nonprofit organizations scrambling to meet increasing service demands despite declining revenues and funding sources. To meet the ongoing demand for essential services, government entities and nonprofits are continually challenged to find new sources of revenue or savings.
Solar energy can help your organization stretch precious budget dollars by providing immediate cash flow and reducing your energy costs for decades. In addition, a solar energy project shows your organization’s commitment to good citizenship and responsible environmental stewardship.
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Read the How We Help Government & Non-Profits section below for ideas on how renewable energy solves common challenges for government and non-profit organizations.
Explore the Featured Projects section to learn how other municipalities and non-profits are benefiting from renewable energy solutions.
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Dynamic Energy can install a solar power system that will generate cash, cut your operating expenses, and reinforce your organization’s commitment to your community and the environment.
Challenge: Improving cash flow
Solution: Through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), you can install a solar system that generates monthly revenue from day one, guaranteed, with no upfront expense to your organization. If you prefer to invest in a system, you can take advantage of current federal and state incentives to achieve ROIs of 15-20 percent. State incentives are particularly attractive in NJ, MA, CT and MD. Solar also draws in participation and resources from other state and national advocacy groups.
Challenge: Turning liabilities into assets
Solution: A solar array can convert an empty expanse of roof, a vacant field or even a landfill into a cash generator, turning liabilities into revenue centers.
Challenge: Showing your commitment
Solution: Your state-of-the-art, clean, renewable energy system shows your constituents that you are a progressive organization that cares about the environment.
Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC has recently completed construction on two solar PV systems for the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York. The total 850 kW project consists of an 589 kW roof-mounted system at the Regional Food Bank's facility in Latham, NY and a 261 kW roof-mounted system at their Food Bank of the Hudson Valley branch, located in Cornwall, NY. The systems will deliver significant savings at no up-front cost to the Food Bank through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) provided…
Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC is pleased to announce the completion of a 327 kW solar photovoltaic project in Pennsauken, New Jersey at the Food Bank of South Jersey. Dynamic provided full turnkey services, including development, engineering, procurement and construction. Dynamic also arranged financing for the Food Bank who will receive long-term energy savings at no up-front cost by entering into a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). The solar system in Pennsauken, NJ involved the installation…
Dynamic Energy and Revolution Energy completed a 487 kW solar array on the municipal Fairhaven Landfill located in the Town of Fairhaven, Massachusetts. Revolution Energy provided a Power Purchase Agreement, allowing the Town of Fairhaven to avoid all the expenses associated with solar system ownership. Dynamic Energy, along with Blue Sky Power and Heliosage, developed the project, and Revolution Energy financed, owns, operates and maintains the system – the Town purchases the generated solar…
Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis & Education Center provides young people with the tools to achieve their goals. The 310 kW roof mounted solar array consists of over 1,100 panels and will provide a reduction in the facility's utility coast which will free up funds for new and existing youth programs.
Dynamic Energy teamed with CETCO Contracting Services and Nucero Electric to design, engineer and install the 250kW ground mounted system. The array is located at the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant and is expected to generate approximately 330,000 kilowatt of solar electricity per year. The Philadelphia Water Department system will displace approximately 220 metric tons of carbon dioxide each year. This is equivalent to replacing 1,075 vehicles from Pennsylvania's roads over the system's…