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Corporate Sustainability--from Boardrooms to B-Corps, Change is in the Air (Part II)

The second in a two-part series on the new face of Corporate Social Responsibility

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Posted by Matt Cordes on Dec 12, 2016 7:48:00 AM

Topics: Renewable Investment Opportunities, community solar finance, Solar for Non-Profits, Sunvestment Energy Group, impact investment

Corporate Sustainability--from Boardrooms to B-Corps, Change is in the Air

Part one of a two-part series on the new face of Corporate Social Responsibility. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) encompasses corporations’ efforts to understand and take responsibility for their impact on our collective environmental and social welfare. These efforts very often dovetail with the companies' commitment and investment in their employees

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Posted by Matt Cordes on Nov 14, 2016 8:30:00 PM

Topics: renewable investment opprtunities, community solar finance, Solar for Non-Profits, Sunvestment Energy Group, impact investment

Women Apply Here: The Solar Industry

Not only is solar one of the fastest-growing industries in the U.S., it is also a primary source of new jobs.  In a recent blog post, we discussed a few impressive statistics--President Obama’s State of the Union claim that 1 out of every 83 new jobs is solar-related, and the fact that solar employment has seen 20% year-over-year growth for the past three years, among them.

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Posted by Matt Cordes on Apr 17, 2016 8:38:58 PM

Topics: solar pv, Solar for Non-Profits, Sunvestment Energy Group, solar training

A Bright Future for an Underserved Solar Market

Mid-Market Opportunity

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Posted by Matt Cordes on Nov 5, 2015 3:30:00 PM

Topics: community solar finance, Solar for Non-Profits, Sunvestment Energy Group

It’s Energy Awareness Month. Are You Aware How to Reduce Your Electricity Costs Up to 30%?

Learn the "Power" of a Power Purchase Agreement.

It's Like Rent Control for Your Electric Bill!

Being part of a non-profit organization can offer truly rewarding positives, as well as some cash-constrained negatives. On the one hand, you get to “save the world,” to make a difference in your chosen passion and get paid to do it!

The downside of being a non-profit, though, is that funds are tight, and ever
y penny counts. You want to put what money you have to use fighting for your cause and supporting your mission. But you also need to keep the organization up and running, and that costs money, too.

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Posted by Ashley Paulsworth on Oct 9, 2015 8:28:00 AM

Topics: community solar finance, Sunvestment Energy Group

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