Houses of worship go solar

Faith leaders & solar installers discuss how and why houses of worship are going solar & how the clean energy tax credits in the IRA can help

Houses of worship across America are going solar — putting their values into action, helping protect God’s creation, and saving money on their electric bills at the same time.

On May 18, 2023, Environment America Research & Policy Center and the Texas Solar Energy Society hosted a panel discussion featuring Reverend Richard Neusch, the Senior Leader of the Pastoral Staff at True Life Fellowship in Round Rock, Texas; Louis Petrik, the CEO of Longhorn Solar; and Dub Taylor, the Chief Operating Officer of the Texas PACE Authority. The panelists discussed why houses of worship are going solar, how they are going about it, and how to tap clean energy tax credits available to faith-based nonprofits for the first time this year. The panel was moderated by Johanna Neumann, Senior Director of the Campaign for 100% Renewable Energy at Environment America Research & Policy Center.

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Source: Environment America

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