For K-12 educators, teaching concepts in energy can be a difficult task. That’s why Secure Futures has teamed up with a leading energy education group to help.
Today, more students expect colleges to install solar power on campus. It’s expensive to buy solar panels. Third-party financing can make solar affordable.
In Spring 2016, Secure Futures installed a 204.8 kW solar array on the campus of the University of Richmond (UR), making it the first application of SolarWorld USA bifacial solar technology in North America. The array is also the first solar installation in Virginia to utilize a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) under a Dominion Virginia […]
This summer, Mary Baldwin University (MBU) entered into a unique partnership with Secure Futures LLC, in an effort to promote sustainability on the university’s campus. Through the partnership and a grant from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, Secure Futures employee, Sam Stoner, is serving as the new Sustainability Coordinator for MBU. This partnership is unique to […]