Eagle Solar & Light wins 2021 NCSEA Award

NCSEA Press Release for 2021 Award Winners

December 14, 2021
Contact: Matt Abele, Manager of Marketing & Communications
mattabele@energync.org | 704-658-6265

NC Sustainable Energy Association Announces Clean Energy Leadership Award Winners

Organizations, businesses, and individuals recognized for significant contributions to clean energy deployment and policy advancement

RALEIGH, N.C. – Today, NC Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) announced the recipients of its annual clean energy leadership awards. Awardees were selected amongst a pool of more than 500 member organizations and individuals creating significant contributions to an affordable and accessible clean energy economy in the state of North Carolina. Awards were announced in each of the following categories: Sustainable Energy Business of the Year, Individual Sustainable Energy Leader of the Year, Diversity and Inclusion in Sustainable Energy, and Sustainable Energy Project of the Year Awards.

“Each year, North Carolina clean energy organizations raise the bar of excellence for commitments and deployments that create jobs, economic development, and resilience. We’re grateful to have the opportunity to engage and interact with many of the individual, business, organization, and government leaders that continue to advance North Carolina to the top of the clean energy leaderboard,” according to Ward Lenz, Executive Director of NC Sustainable Energy Association. “NCSEA is proud to recognize many of the market leaders accelerating the transition towards an affordable, accessible, and reliable clean energy future for all North Carolinians.”

The outstanding organizations and individuals receiving awards this year include:....

Oak City Baptist Church - Eagle Solar & Light, winner of the Rooftop Solar Project of the Year Award:

Eagle Solar & Light installed a 42 kilowatt rooftop solar system at Oak City Baptist Church in Raleigh, a church community founded in 1865. The system will produce approximately 59,000 kilowatt hours, saving Oak City Baptist an estimated $4,700 in yearly utility costs. Over its life, the system will produce clean energy comparable to 340 tons of waste being recycled instead of landfilled annually and will offset more than 1.1 million pounds of coal burned, according to estimates by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Oak City Baptist will receive a $27,000 rebate toward its installation through Duke Energy’s solar rebate program. This installation is a significant milestone in bringing energy justice to low-and moderate-income communities of faith."


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