Non-profit organizations have discovered what many of HES Solar’s other commercial solar clients have come to know well: When you save money with solar, your organization can pass on those savings to the public by expanding services.

HES Solar has helped multiple non-profit organizations throughout San Diego make the decision to go solar since 2001.

As a non-profit HES Solar understands how difficult the decision to invest in solar can be. Our team of commercial solar experts are here to guide you through the decision-making process and design a solar system that works best for you. Focusing on both your energy and saving needs, we’ll show you what’s possible and chart out your savings over the coming decades. If you want to learn more about going solar as a non-profit organization please contact our expert commercial solar advisors (619) 692-2015.

In 2018 alone, HES Solar installed over 2.4 megawatts of solar on non-profit organizations like the San Diego County YMCA.


Non-Profit Tax Credit

It is important to understand that non-profit organizations do not experience the same 26% tax credit as other commercial businesses. HES Solar is here to walk you through the entire process and make sure that even without the tax incentive for non-profits your business will experience an optimal amount of savings.

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HES Solar places safety as our highest priority, and that extends from our employees to our customers, to anyone else we may potentially be in contact with through the course of business. Along with the safety procedures we adhere to in the normal course of our work and projects, we have instituted several safety protocols for all of our employees during these times of vigilant public health precautions due to COVID-19. 

Our employees are given temperature checks each time they enter the office, and office visits are only allowed when necessary. 

We’ve instituted remote working for all of our employees who are able to perform their job duties at home. Meetings are done through virtual meeting rooms. 

Field employees maintain a six-foot distance between themselves and fellow employees, customers, vendors, and all others unless unavoidable. 

Masks are required whenever interacting with fellow employees, customers, or the public and whenever social distancing is not possible. 

To ensure these procedures can be met, employees have been provided with face masks or face coverings, eye protection, gloves (as necessary), and foot coverings (as necessary). 

To help ensure frequent sanitizing, employees have been provided sanitizers in the form of gel, liquid, and wipes, antibacterial soap, and paper products for cleaning such as tissues and paper towels.