The SLO Chamber celebrates new member, SunWork Renewable Energy Projects, with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
SunWork Renewable Energy Projects is a volunteer-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit that installs rooftop photovoltaic systems for homeowners with average electricity bills of less than $100/mo (excluding EV usage) and for nonprofits such as churches, homeless shelters, etc. SunWork’s key goal is to increase the use of solar in these two markets which typically face high costs from traditional solar approaches. At the same time, its free programs train those interested in green careers, provide volunteer opportunities for those who want to fight climate change, and educate the general public about the value of renewable energy.
SunWork has professionals on staff who design the rooftop systems and then install them with the help of its trained volunteers. This unique business model enables SunWork to provide solar for about one-third less, making carbon-free power more affordable for people with low electric bills and for nonprofits.
For more information, visit sunwork.org.