Namaste Solar and the community donate community solar subscriptions to 400 low-income families

EIN Presswire | Dave Rizzotto, Namaste Solar

BOULDER, CO – December 1, 2022

Solar energy will help power the homes of 400 CO families this coming year that are unable to keep up with utility payments because of the $100,000 raised.

Solar energy will help power the homes of 400 Colorado families this coming year that are unable to keep up with utility payments because of the $100,000 raised by the Keep the Lights on Colorado community giving campaign. Namaste Solar brought businesses and individuals together to support the campaign with 21 corporate sponsors and 66 individual donors providing community solar subscriptions to low-income families.

Namaste Solar created Keep the Lights on Colorado in 2020 to fulfill its mission of creating holistic wealth for the community. The annual campaign runs each November and raises money for Energy Outreach Colorado, a Denver-based not-for-profit that helps families throughout Colorado afford their energy costs. Energy Outreach Colorado gives families access to community solar subscriptions* that provide long-term stability in the form of monthly bill credits, which will reduce their annual home energy costs by 38%.

"Energy Outreach Colorado is proud to partner with Namaste Solar and their innovative Keep the Lights on Colorado campaign. The funds raised will help stabilize families facing energy insecurity by reducing household energy costs through long-term solar subscriptions, making home energy more affordable."

Tess Richey, director of development at EOC