Wildwood Crest Volunteer Fire Department (WCVFD) has two goals:
With goals like these, installing a solar energy system seemed like a no-brainer for this nonprofit. However, the department struggled to find a partner willing to invest in their small municipal project.
But then a trusted, local installation partner, Castle Energy, suggested Braggawatt. After a simple conversation and project estimate, the department found the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) terms they’d been searching for. With no upfront investment, they were able to quickly go solar to reduce their energy costs.
As a community leader, WCVFD prioritized local businesses. They chose to work with Castle Energy, a local solar installer and change agent committed to serving customers by securing the best, most reliable solar contracting terms to fit their client’s individual needs. As a member of Braggawatt’s trusted installer network, Castle knew of our ongoing commitment to fund solar for nonprofits, and that we offer the most reliable nonprofit solar contracting terms.Castle Energy relied on our online process and dependable underwriting to offer WCVFD an opportunity no one else could match — secure financing and a turnkey partner who would help bring their solar vision a reality, from start to finish (including fair monetization of regional solar benefits, like SRECs, etc).
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