SUNworks Donates a 10.2kW Solar System to Habitat for Humanity ReStore

By October 12, 2015civic, PRESS, solar

SUNworks Donates a 10.2kW Solar System to Habitat for Humanity ReStore

SUNworks is donating a 10.2kW solar system for Habitat for Humanity ReStore center in Yuba County and we’re teaching students about how solar works as well as how to install solar on the Habitat Restore’s rooftop. We will be educating students who come to ReStore on solar, how it works, why it’s important to the environment, how it saves money, and how to install solar. The students will be helping SUNworks installers install the solar panels on top of the store. We are hopeful this will spark an interest in renewable technology and help steer these youths in the right path in education and career choices.


About Habitat ReStore:

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore is an outlet that accepts donated goods for resale. Building supplies and materials, donated by individuals as well as large home improvement stores, are sold at the ReStore at drastically reduced prices to help them fund the construction of Habitat for Humanity homes within Yuba and Sutter counties. ReStore provides an environmentally and socially responsible way to keep good, reusable materials, out of the waste stream and simultaneously provide funding for Habitat’s community improvement work.

Solar Installation Project Info for Habitat for Humanity (Marysville, CA):

When: October 14th (Wednesday) and October 15th (Thursday)
Starts at 8AM

Where: 202 D Street, Marysville, CA 95901
Who: SUNworks, Habitat for Humanity, and Students

  1. SUNworks solar installation for Habitat Humanity
  2. Education for students (Habitat for Humanity beneficiaries) on solar, solar tech, and how to install solar (actual work on top of the Habitat for Humanity ReStore store)

About the Donated Solar Energy System:

The solar energy system donated and installed by SUNworks will help Habitat for Humanity save approximately $131,000 over the next 25 years.

We will be installing 34 Rensola Virtus II JC300M-24/Ab modules:
– They are about 3ft 3in x 6ft 5in each in dimension
– This is for 10.2KW system
– This designed system will cover 22,338kw hours per year.

Estimated 25 Year Savings: $131,000

In addition to helping Habitat ReStore keep their operating costs down with solar, it’s a great way to get the youths of Habitat to learn new skills in construction, technology, and eco-innovations like solar!! We appreciate our partnership with Habitat for Humanity! Together, we’re working on helping families save money and sparking students’ interest in renewable energy.