Category Archives: Nonprofit innovation
After the Women’s March in January, our friends at All Souls Unitarian Church hosted a solidarity sing. From serving as a sanctuary space since November to sponsoring affordable housing in the rapidly gentrifying Columbia Heights neighborhood, All Souls is always a progressive, active, and conscientious … Continue reading
It seems that every week brings us news of a new model for going green.
A Minnesota nonprofit believes that low-income households deserve access to clean, reliable renewable power.
More nonprofits are benefiting from solar power than ever before. Today, we look at one approach to increasing access to clean, reliable energy for nonprofits of all stripes.
The popular TED Talks series has something to say about solar power. Check out some of our favorite videos below.
Shared solar is growing in popularity in the US and abroad. Here’s some of the latest news from across the nation.
At Community Renewable Energy, we’ve shared how solar power is being used for community-building across the United States. Today, I want to share an example of how solar power is improving lives on the other side of the globe.
How does solar power improve underserved communities?