Non-Profit Solar Installation in San Diego, El Cajon, Chula Vista & Escondido, California
Solar energy is an excellent way to lock in non-fluctuating electricity costs for decades.
A PPA (Solar Power Purchase Agreement) allows nonprofit organizations, who cannot take advantage of federal tax programs, to appreciate the same benefits as businesses and homeowners, and at the same time reducing your organization’s impact on the climate.
Zero Down Solar can help Non-Profits benefit from solar through cash purchase or a $0 Down PPA financing option.
ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR WAYS FOR NON-PROFITS TO FINANCE A SOLAR INSTALLATION IS THROUGH A PPA WHICH ALLOWS THEM TO AVAIL OF THE ITC TAX CREDIT (26%)- EITHER PARTIALLY OR FULLY.
A SOLAR POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENT IS A CONTRACT THROUGH WHICH A DEVELOPER TAKES CARE OF EVERYTHING FROM FINANCING TO INSTALLATION TO MAINTENANCE AT A NON-PROFIT’S PROPERTY AT NO COST.
Many PPAs offer a path to ownership after 7 years offering the nonprofit entity an option to ultimately own the solar installation and save a greater amount of money in the long-term. Some nonprofits may also opt to continue making payments on the solar array 20 years.
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Giving non-profits, home owners and business owners an efficient solar solution and energy independence.
Zero Down Solar has a PPA partner with HDMCapital – a green energy services firm committed to strengthening communities and protecting the environment. HDMCapital develops and designs PPA partnerships with non-profits to reduce energy bills and carbon footprints, increase local employment, create positive investment opportunities, and generate solid returns for investors.
Zero financial investment is required upfront in a solar PPA arrangement.
Nonprofits, municipalities, or schools partner with a private solar investor, who can take advantage of federal tax programs not available to a nonprofit. The 3rd-party investor purchases and builds a suitable solar array at the nonprofit’s location, and then sells the solar power generated from that array to the nonprofit at locked-in predefined rates.
A solar PPA offers a non-profit very competitive rates for electricity without the risk of fluctuation. The non-profit’s solar array’s generation is tied into the nonprofit’s electric meters, therefore, the nonprofit’s consumption from the electric grid is reduced proportionally.
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No money down.
Lower cost of energy.
System ownership in six years.