Supporting the Veterans of Foreign War Communities through Solar
Our 2018 Impact Report is Here
Sunwealth was founded on the idea that all people and businesses should have the ability to go solar. Our business model was intentionally designed to address the barriers that prevent solar access, which is why we were excited to partner with Team Solar, a local developer that seeks to make solar accessible to a diversity of mission-driven non-profits.
COMMUNITY VALUE($): Big Banks are leaving LMI communities; here’s why you should not
Greetings folks –
Consensus is growing – perhaps not as fast as we’d like – towards the necessity of a 100% clean energy future. If we are going to achieve that goal, then we must start by looking at the buildings and structures all around us.
Our Impact: Sunwealth’s 2018 Impact Report
In recent years, low-and-moderate-income (“LMI”) residents have witnessed a significant retreat by the nation’s largest banks from their communities. According to S&P Global, U.S. banks have implemented a 10%, or 2,347, net reduction of branches in LMI communities from 2014 through 2018, with Bank of America, J.P. Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo leading the way with 240, 187 and 174 closed branches respectively.
To the Sunwealth Community: 2019 Newsletters
We’re delighted to share our 2018 Impact Report with the Sunwealth Community.
Solar Power Recipients Share What Energy Savings Mean to Them
We compiled our January – April 2019 newsletters to share with our growing community. To join our mailing list, please email email@example.com.
West Medford Community Leader Fights for a Clean Energy Future
It’s April – trees are budding, the sun is shining and powering those beautiful solar panels on rooftops. April is also an exciting time because it’s the official Earth Month and Financial Literacy Month.
Sunwealth Welcomes Sean Dew as Project Associate
Settled on the corner of Boston and Harvard Avenue in a residential neighborhood sits the antique brown-shake West Medford Baptist Church (WMBC). On a beautiful sunny day in Medford, Sunwealth had the pleasure of speaking with church pastor, David Kilpatrick.
Supporting Cities at the Forefront of Climate Action
Sunwealth is proud to welcome Sean Dew as Project Associate. In this new position, he will support the organization’s project development and acquisition, perform financial analysis and development tasks, and channel partner relations.
Schools: Inspiring Stewards of Our (Clean Energy) Future
Cities across the nation are on the forefront of the fight against climate change – enacting policy to promote sustainability and finding ways to generate clean energy. This comes as no surprise as the urban population is projected to grow over the years.
Today, it is hard to open any newspaper or scroll through a news feed without coming across alarming research on new and pervasive threats of climate change. The physical tolls are frightening—increased fires, flooding, and extreme heat.