Invest in Solar Microgrids

Let's build the future of Solar Microgrids together.

Building publicly financed solar microgrids through municipal bonds enable communities to increase energy resilience and reliability and reduce a community's carbon footprint. Sign up below to be informed about upcoming issuances for solar microgrids.

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Invest in solar microgrids and earn tax-exempt income*

Solar microgrids are poised to transform our energy grid. They provide cleaner, safer and more reliable energy, reducing our reliance on fossil fuels and increasing our resilience after a disaster or attack. Invest in the future of your community and the country.

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Join these communities pioneering solar microgrids

Resilience During Hurricane Sandy

Princeton, New Jersey

When Hurricane Sandy hit, Princeton University's microgrid made the University a place of refuge for emergency responders and local residents alike for several days, drawing its power from a gas-turbine generator and a solar panel field near campus.

Powering An Entire Community

Borrego Springs, California

Borrego Springs is a town of 3,400 people at the far reaches of the San Diego Gas & Electric transmission line, causing frequent power outages. During maintenance, severe storms or other outages, the 26-megawatt Borego Solar facility can power the entire community and store energy.

Hardening The Grid Before The Next Storm

Hoboken, New Jersey

After the extensive flooding and major power outages that Hurricane Sandy inflicted on Hoboken, officials immediately began planning for resilience. The city is moving with a sense of urgency, exploring options including a $50 million microgrid capable of powering 50 buildings.

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