Help build solar projects with SRP EarthWise Energy
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Give the gift of solar for just $3 a month
When you sign up for SRP EarthWise Energy, you'll be joining in the effort to support clean energy. It is a voluntary program that SRP customers can join for as little as $3 per month, with 100% of dollars helping to build solar projects for non-profit organizations in the Valley. It's a convenient, cost effective way you can make a difference by supporting solar with nonprofits reaping the rewards.
How it works
EarthWise Energy is available in $3-per-month increments. This amount will be added to your monthly bill. You can choose $3 additional per month, or $6, $9 or $12. The amount you pay SRP for your regular electricity usage remains the same.
With your participation in EarthWise Energy, you will help bring clean, solar energy to our community. Businesses interested in supporting renewable energy can participate in our EarthWise REC program.Sign up here to begin supporting SRP EarthwiseEnergy.
Previous solar projects
Premiums received from the SRP EarthWise Energy program help build SRP environmental projects in the community such as solar energy systems at the Phoenix Zoo and Desert Botanical Garden, as well as these recent solar installations:
A 12.6 kilowatt (kW) system for Boys and Girls Club of Metro Phoenix.
A New Leaf received a 12.6 kW system for its East Valley Mens Shelter.
Hospice of the Valley received a 12.6 kW system for its Lund Family Home.
18 homes in the Habitat for Humanity subdivision in Apache Junction with a 3.7 kW system and solar water heaters.
The Sunshine Acres Children's Home in Mesa with a 10 kW system.
Not only do these projects allow the recipients to offset some of their energy use with clean, renewable energy and save money on their monthly electric bill, they also result in a reduction of carbon dioxide emissions.
A typical 10 kW solar electric system helps to avoid the release of almost 20,000 pounds of greenhouse gas emissions annually, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.