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Government & Non Profits

Imani Energy can help your government agency or nonprofit cut energy expenses so that more of your funds can be directed to meeting the needs of your constituencies. Imani’s network of financing partners can help you finance projects suitable for agencies up to large government projects. Our scalable solar power systems can be tailored to meet your specific needs and generate the clean electrical power that you need.

Our unique approach and commitment to creating solar sector jobs in Empowerment and Enterprise Zone communities is very attractive to government agencies and nonprofits concerned about environmental sustainability and community development.  Imani has developed special government and nonprofit energy projects that build on our 25 years of community-economic development, public/private project development and nonprofit management.

Start saving on your electric bills right away with the installation of our solar power systems. We can also install solar thermal and help you reduce your electrical bills through energy efficiency.

Imani Energy Co-Founders Ben Clayton and Jeffrey Richardson with CNN Hero, Susan Burton (2nd from right) and friends at A New Way of Life, Los Angeles, Martin Luther King Day, 2010

Contact us for our solar, solar thermal and energy efficiency services and our unique government/nonprofit solar project/job creation opportunities.

Example of Imani’s work with Non-Profits: Los Angeles, A New Way of Life:

IMANI ENERGY SAVES MONEY FOR WOMEN’S COMMUNITY GROUP

January 18th 2010, Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Imani Energy uses clean green solar energy to power up a women’s group home (one of several run by A New Way of Life Re-Entry Project, which protects women from entrapment in the criminal justice system by helping them re-enter their communities and the workforce).

Imani Energy President Jeffrey Richardson addresses the community and lays out his vision for Imani as a positive partner for inner city communities in the areas of employment, the environment, health,
savings, and community revitalization.



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