Published on January 2nd, 2014 | by Derek Markham0
Impact Investing in Solar Power for Nonprofits’ Roofs
Community-funded Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) allow for third party solar ownership, which can let nonprofits take advantage of low-cost solar power, while giving the investors the tax benefits as well as a return on their investment.
One organization making these solar impact investing opportunities available to benefit nonprofits is Collective Sun, which works exclusively with nonprofit orgs to help them get a sustainable solar power project on their property, while not having to foot the bill.
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