California homeowners are becoming more aware of the advantages offered by solar panels. With the great amount of savings and affordable installation costs, solar panels provide an appealing means for residents who want to cut back on energy usage and spending. That’s why many corporations, small businesses, and religious organizations are also investing in solar panels.
In fact, many synagogues have already taken advantage of solar panels. Switching to solar energy can be a mitzvah and an act of tzedakah, which is an obligation to act for social good. Switching to solar panels can additionally allow for extra savings to be put toward charitable causes.
What to Consider When Switching to Solar
- Stay local – Opt to work with a company you can get to know and trust to work on your project. That means keeping it local and investing back into your own community. Semper Solaris is a veteran-owned and operated company with military roots and a customer-first mindset. We operate based on trust, keeping your best interests our top priority.
- Stick with a fair labor standards manufacturer – Solar panel manufacturing can vary. It is important to find a manufacturer that you can have peace of mind about providing solar panels for your synagogue. Semper Solaris uses American-designed solar panels dedicated to environmental responsibility and sustainability.
- Keep your project cost effective – Switching to solar can quickly become a bigger-than-needed expense. Strategically laying out your installation options protects your investment. Semper Solaris helps you benefit from all possible credits and savings, offering the most affordable solar options in California. We are here to make sure that your decision is economically viable while being environmentally responsible.
Being a member of a congregation carries responsibility to your fellow worshipers and to the rabbis and cantors who lead them. To recommend sustainable energy in the form of solar panels is a good work, a mitzvah.
Want to learn more? Contact Semper Solaris to get started on solar installation at your synagogue or temple.