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Art and Renewable Energy: How Museums Are Utilizing Solar Savings to Spread Creativity & Culture
April 28 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
Creative inspiration can be found in unexpected places. You are invited to find your inspiration with a story about a museum’s quest to procure solar energy! Art and culture go hand-in-hand with sustainability and renewable energy. This is an ideal time to look to the future and learn how your organization can spark inspiration and have a lasting impact on your community and the environment.
Join the Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA) located in Balboa Park in San Diego and CollectiveSun on for Art & Renewable Energy: How Museums Are Utilizing Solar Savings to Spread Creativity and Culture! This exciting and inspiring webinar presentation is geared towards anyone that is interested in learning about solar energy and the many positive impacts it can have on your budget, your community, and the environment.
Find out why MOPA made the decision to embrace a clean energy future and how CollectiveSun helped them achieve their renewable energy goals. There will be an open discussion with Vivienne Esrig, MOPA’s Deputy Director, where she will go into more detail about their decision making process and lessons learned throughout the entire process.
Learn about solar basics and how sunshine can be harnessed to benefit your organization. Our solar gurus will be on hand to answer any and all of your questions regarding solar and CollectiveSun’s unique financing solution that allows nonprofits to enjoy a 12% or more tax-like benefit and pick from a host of funding options for the remaining 88%.
Sign up now to hear from the Museum of Photographic Arts and learn:
– Why MOPA went solar, and lessons learned from their journey
– Solar energy basics
– Whether or not solar makes sense for your organization
– How CollectiveSun can help your organization go solar and save money
Join this event to learn how your organization can have a lasting impact on your community and the environment!