Non-Profit Installs an Educational Solar System

Try-Again Homes, a Washington, Pennsylvania-based, private, non-profit corporation which provides safe places for abused and neglected children in need in Pennsylvania and West Virginia has installed a 2.9 kW solar system on the roof of their Washington location.

The newly installed system, made possible by a grant from the West Penn Sustainable Energy Fund consists of 18 Sharp 165 Watt Solar modules mounted on the agency’s Washington facility. “This is a great step for our Agency” said Scott Williams, Executive Director of Try-Again Homes. “Try-Again Homes is dedicated to educating children and improving their lives. Making young people aware of the importance of renewable energy and the energy challenges they will face in the future is a big part of preparing them for life in the real world. We not only strive to promote responsible social change, but lead through example on environmental stewardship.” The system was installed by EverPower Renewables, a New York based developer of solar and wind power projects throughout the Northeast US. According to Kevin Sheen, Director of Business Development for EverPower, the company is also currently developing two utility-grade wind farms in Pennsylvania.
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