As the Cape Gazette reports, “Years before COVID-19 forced businesses and other organizations to examine all aspects of spending, St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church began thinking about ways to cut costs at its campus in Lewes.” Thanks to the addition of solar panels installed by Clean Energy USA, the church “has cut its electricity costs in half from roughly $32,000 a year to about $16,000 in 2019.”

The Episcopal Church of Delaware has also installed solar with CEUSA on two buildings at its Camp Arrowhead property. The Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware’s new building on Route 9 is solar-powered too. Both non-profit organizations are enjoying significant cost savings because of solar.

Read more from the Cape Gazette through the link below.