US Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm and Virginia’s US Senator Tim Kaine joined Secure Futures President Tony Smith to celebrate solar power and the new Inflation Reduction Act.
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Praise from Customers
Go Green & Save Money
Not only does solar power help the university address its significant commitment to environmental sustainability but our agreement with Secure Futures also allows us to reduce our utility expenses.
Pays for Roof Repairs
Since we don’t have a dedicated fund for anything more than minor roof repairs, the roof restoration meant that we were able to get three of our schools’ roofs restored and guaranteed for 25 years and avoid the larger cost of replacing those roofs.
Students Love Solar
I sometimes get asked by the Science Coordinator about what resources we have for project-based opportunities. Always at the top of my list is the data that comes off of the solar systems. It’s nice to see students use what we put on the buildings. It’s not just something they look at everyday, they can even interact with it.
Cautious Nonprofit Pleasantly Surprised
I had been looking at going solar for a long time, but as a nonprofit, we were very risk adverse and it didn’t seem financially viable until we read about Secure Futures in the news. Our solar array performs well, and it produces more power than we even expected.
Solar Helps Hospital Boost Health in New Way
We always look at better ways to do things and how to reduce the cost of health care. Energy reduction is just a civic duty and health care engineers have taken up the banner that we need to address it.
Stewardship for the Earth & Budget
This solar project represents good stewardship of the university’s financial resources and the earth’s natural resources.
Solar Boosts Affordable Housing
This project exemplifies our mission to create more affordable housing for our residents.
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“Sol Invictus reminds us of the responsibility to save the planet’s ecosystem, not only for profit. While the forces of darkness annually seemed to win the struggle for survival, ultimately the sun won and is winning — hence Sol Invictus: The good has won.”
— Calvin Redekop