Solar for Nonprofits & Schools

The benefits of solar are not just for residents and small businesses! Solar for nonprofits and schools extends the financial and environmental benefits of clean energy to entire communities. ReVision has installed hundreds of projects in a variety of configurations for New England nonprofits and schools, and our team is ready to bring the benefits of solar to your community.

Access the full advantages of solar with Direct Pay. 

Schools and nonprofits can now take advantage of the federal tax credit through a new "direct payment" option, granting them a more viable path to ownership. "Direct pay" allows non-taxpaying entities to access the federal tax credit by receiving a government rebate for the 30 % federal solar tax credit value.

Bring savings to your entire community.

Solar offers significant electric cost savings and additional revenue from excess energy generation, through Net Metering and Renewable Energy Credits (RECs).

Stay immune to rising utility costs.

Factoring in upfront cost, including operation and maintenance, solar provides schools and nonprofits the lowest average cost of energy per kWh over system life, an estimated 50%-75% lower than grid electricity.

Solar Financials

Innovative Financing Options: Depending on your project you may qualify for a 30% direct pay option through the IRA bill, or through a financing option for entities that cannot access upfront capital.

Net Metering and RECs: Solar offsets full retail electricity rates onsite, provides net metering revenue from excess or offsite generation; Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) sell for $30+/MWh.

Warranties: All systems include 5-year workmanship warranty, 15-25 year equipment warranties, and 25-year panel production warranty with ReVision Energy as the single point of contact.

Levelized Cost of Energy: Factoring in upfront cost and O&M, nonprofit and school solar provides lowest average cost of energy at 4-7 cents per kWh over system life – 50%-75% lower than grid electricity.

Net Savings/Revenue: Savings can total $500,000 to $5 million for most nonprofit and school systems over 40-year commercial life (depending on scale) when compared to utility cost projections.

Impact Investor Financing: Local, mission-driven impact investors cover system installation and full operations & maintenance throughout PPA term.

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Client Highlight

In 2022, ReVision installed 260 solar panels on the roof of the Boston Nature Center. Annually, the system will produce 130,085 kWh of clean solar energy, offsetting over 127,000 lbs. of yearly carbon emissions.