We’re committed to help grow the clean energy movement in Georgia and for all of Creation!
Holy Trinity Episcopal Parish in Decatur began its solar array project with a GIPL energy audit. See a video of the installation here.
St. Anne’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta installed a 10 kWh array of solar panels resulting in a savings of $1248 in their first operational year alone.
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church in Decatur wanted to become better stewards of the earth. The solution was simple: solar energy. See a video of their success here.
St. Gregory the Great Episcopal Church in Athens installed a 7.5-kilowatt solar array that significantly lowers the church’s energy costs. You can see their savings in real time here.
Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation (NWUUC) in Sandy Springs was the very first congregation in Georgia to install solar panels on its roof.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Savannah installed 96 solar panels on the flat roof of its parish house, anticipating $5,500 in annual savings.
Central Presbyterian Church of Atlanta, led by their Care for Creation Committee, is capturing the sun’s rays to conserve energy, save money, and reduce Central’s carbon footprint.