Evangel Chapel Goes Green

03.09.12

Evangel Chapel Goes Green

Somerset, NJ – March 9, 2012 — Dynamic Energy, a fully-integrated energy solutions provider, announced it has commissioned multiple solar systems totaling 128 kW at Evangel Chapel’s grounds located in Bridgewater and Clinton, New Jersey. Dynamic Energy provided complete design, engineering, and installation services as well as financing for the project. The Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) provided by Dynamic Energy will allow the church to hedge the cost of rising energy rates. The systems are expected to generate approximately 146,256-kilowatt hours of solar electricity per year.

“In 2011 our church decided it was time to do three things: save money, protect the environment and reduce our nation’s dependence on foreign oil. To accomplish these we decided to install solar panels on our church facilities. Our next step was to find a company to work with. After doing research we decided on Dynamic Energy and we have not been disappointed. From day one they demonstrated that they were knowledgeable in their field, competitive in their pricing, responsive in their communication, and professional in their work. I would certainly recommend them, and in fact I already have to several other churches,” said Pastor Dennis Rabineau of Evangel Chapel.

Thanks to their new systems, Evangel Chapel will offset roughly 103 metric tons of carbon dioxide every year. This is comparable to the state of New Jersey removing 503 vehicles from their roads over the system’s 25-year warranted lifetime. The project was completed utilizing a combination of Yingli and Stion solar panels.

David Deutsch, Vice President at Dynamic Energy, said; “Evangel is now on the cutting edge of solar technology, and we were thrilled to help them take that step. We are happy to service both the financing and installation needs for similar innovative community organizations, and are confident that this project is a great example for others to follow.”

Check out a recent press mention and article on MyCentralJersey.com about this project.