CAP SOLAR UNDERSTANDS NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS, BECAUSE WE ARE ONE
As non-profit organizations lack of credit ratings, for-profit solar developers have ignored our market sector. Cap Solar was created by a non-profit to bring other non-profit organizations into the green energy revolution. Cap Solar partnered with Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group to create a Social Impact investment for non-profit solar. Through this partnership, Cap Solar was able to sell 100% of the tax credits because as a non-profit, we are unable to utilize this incentive. This program has created over $2 million in savings to our customers, which are put back into their missions to serve their communities.
Cap Solar has just accessed new fiscal resources, and we are looking for new projects help those who need it the most. If you have a project for us to consider, click here
LOW AND MODERATE INCOME COMMUNITY SOLAR
Cap Solar is heavily invested in Community Solar because it offers the greatest opportunity to make the lowest income persons part of the savings that renewables can offer. Utilizing the unique tools of a non-profit, Cap Solar has realized as much as a 50%+ discount on power payments for our low-income clients. Through 1,000 Community Action Agency (CAA) programs across the country, Cap Solar is able to use CAA's collective data to target the low income market. Ultimately, we see LMI community solar as the tool to reduced the dependency on the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and other needs-based government programs.
To Cap Solar, renewable energy is not a commodity: it is an opportunity to help serve the community.
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SOLAR ADVISORY SERVICES
SOLAR ADVISORY SERVICES
Cap Solar offers advisory services from not only our team but from all of the resources we have gathered over the years. If you want to develop your own project or assist us in developing a project in your community, we have the knowledge of the non-profit market as well as the expertise of our partners to deliver for your community.
CAP SOLAR FINANCIAL RESOURCES
CAP SOLAR FINANCIAL RESOURCES
Cap Solar's business model has attracted many different types of capital. Our fiscal expertise has given us access to closed funds worth nearly $1Billion. Major opportunity zone funds as well as other global solar funds that desire it is to access low-income markets have chosen Cap Solar as the developer of choice to access the low and moderate income market.
If you have a project that is in need of financing, let us know about it on the project page
Cap Solar is a non-profit solar developer aligned with the Community Action Network, a nation-wide group of non-profit Community Action Agencies (CAA) who have served the low-and-moderate income population since 1965. Cap Solar's parent company has been serving the community for over 50 years. Cap Solar is the evolution of 50 years of experience in our communities. This is why we have attracted nearly $1 Billion in available financing.
Cap Solar focuses on low-income, non-profit, community facing and municipal clients. Cap Solar also provides services to for-profit and corporate clients who want to give back to their communities.
Cap Solar utilizes tools only available to non-profit organizations to provide substantial savings to help advance the mission of servicing those in the most need. In addition, Cap Solar’s energy customers also gain access to the myriad of CAA programs and services.
Cap Solar understands how non-profit organizations work. We understand their challenges and unique opportunities. We are a non-profit, and everything we do is for the benefit of the communities we serve.
If you have a project that you would like us to evaluate, go to the project submission page.
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Meet The Team
Chief Executive Officer
Bob has more nearly 40 years of experience in not-for-profit management. He is the President of Greater Bergen Community Action, Inc. a not-for-profit organization working to build more sustainable families, community institutions, and neighborhoods.
As the CEO of Cap Solar, Bob utilizes his vast knowledge of non-profits and integrates it into a market that is largely for-profit.
In 2011, Bob was honored on the floor of the House of Representatives for his work serving the community.
Chief Operating Officer
After 20 years working at Fortune 500 companies, Steven joined the non-profit sector to bring some transformative changes to how not-for-profit agencies serve the low-income population.
As the Chief Operating Officer of Cap Solar, Steven manages all day-to-day functions. Applying what he executed in the for-profit sector, Steven's unique vision for non-profit and low-and moderate-income solar fundamentally changes the opportunity to include an underserved segment of the population.
Chief Financial Officer
Rob has been the Chief Financial Officer of Greater Bergen Community Action, Inc. for 20 years. In this role, Rob navigates GBCA through the specialized non-profit fiscal requirements of the Federal, State and Local governments.
As the CFO of Cap Solar, Rob is involved with all aspects of fiscal management. Drawing from his 40 year experience in both for-profit and non-profit organizations, Rob blends these fiscal worlds to maximize Cap Solar's impact.
Rob has held various positions in financial management. Rob has worked for the IRS, and in accounting and tax management for several national corporations.
If you have any projects that will help serve the community, please let us know about them.
We are a non-profit whose parent company has served the low-income community for over 50 years. We understand for-and non-profit business and the shrinking dollars to our missions, and rising costs of commodities such as electricity.
At Cap Solar, our goal is to get the lowest cost of power to those who need it the most.
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