Mama’s Kitchen, the nonprofit organization known for its mission to deliver nutritious home-cooked meals to critically ill San Diegans, recently completed a solar installation project made possible by a $25,000 grant from the Solar Moonshot Program and local partners Hammond Climate Solutions Foundation, Aloha Solar Power and Left Coast Fund.
The 13.26kW-DC rooftop solar project will save approximately 36,000 lbs. of CO2 emissions annually (the equivalent of 271 new trees plants), helping the nonprofit to keep delivering medically-tailored, delicious meals to critically ill San Diegans, but in a more environmentally-friendly way than ever before. Over the next few decades, the clean energy project will be helping reduce the impacts of the climate crisis and lessening climate injustices.
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