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Unite for Nature (need new picture)

Brief description of the program here  :

  • A few bullets here on why it ties into our mission of supporting the missions of institutions of faith and also supporting meaningful action on climate change (below are example for community solar)

  • Support Clean Energy-play an active role in displacing the need for fossil fuels that are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions and other toxic pollutants

  • Cut Energy Costs- Lower your monthly electric payments with community solar credits applied directly to your utility bill.

  • No installation Required- Zero upfront costs, no siting requirements, non-profits, renters, homeowners or small businesses with an electric bill in your name can participate

  • Energize Your Local Economy-Support your neighbors by helping to create jobs in construction, engineering, maintenance, and development

Getting started is easy!

 

Modify this as you see fit - the idea is to give some data on the impact you have had and/or can have in real numbers-

RAICA has partnered with Abundant Energy powered by Ampion and together we are making a difference. So far:   

  • Over 20 Houses of Worship/Religious Institutions with over  2,025,396 KWh of annual electricity usage

  • 70 congregant referrals add another 679,895 KWh of demand! 

Click here to request an info session at your HoW

For Houses of Worship (HoW) or Institutions

Information here how to actually get  their house of worship started

 

Downloadable resources for engaging your HoW

For households or small businesses

This part usually has benefits to members/congregants

So maybe something on educational curriculum that you might have to go along with it,?

Or maybe how they could do something at other places, like schools??

Its up to you

About Unite 4 Nature

General information here with links or history, whatever else.

“As pastor of a church that takes stewardship and creation care seriously, I’m happy to have us be part of a program that encourages production of more clean, renewable energy – and lets our members save a bit on their bills at the same time. This is a real win-win solution for us,” says Pastor Steve Gretz of Greece Baptist Church.

**Options for community solar outside the REG&E service area (view service area map) can be provided by BlueRock Solar, Inc. through their Western New York solar farm and Ithaca-area solar farm. For information and to register go to:

https://bluerockenergy.com/grandislandsolar/  in the National Grid service area or https://bluerockenergy.com/solarfarm/    for NYSEG customers