When we flip a switch at home or crank up the AC at work, a power plant immediately receives a request to fulfill an electric load. In order to fulfill that load, a power plant will generate power using one of two energy sources- renewable or non-renewable. Our current energy infrastructure relies on traditional fossil fuel power plants to power our homes.
Solar for homes and businesses creates the opportunity to support an energy infrastructure built for the growth and development of our City, neighborhoods, and country. At Good Faith Energy, we’re also aware of the sensible and advantageous decision to make the transition towards a clean energy (e.g. solar-electric) economy.
Power plants light up 40 million American homes annually, releasing 60 million tons of carbon in the atmosphere. So while the vast majority of us have an abstract relationship with electricity, we’re actually directly responsible for the biggest sustainability challenge of the 21st century- climate change.
Other sustainability challenges- in energy, water, food, and human rights- will push us to the brink of catastrophe. At Good Faith Energy, we’ve made it our mission to lead local transformations towards a carbon-neutral world- and drive our communities to do the same.
Human capital is perhaps the greatest asset any organization can possess. At Good Faith Energy, our employees have embraced a Human-Driven Sustainability approach. We reward our employees for decisions they make that reflect a higher-order social and environmental thinking. We collaborate with local non-profits to spread their impact and help create value that accrues to society, not a few individuals. And we recognize that the viability of our company depends on relaying our message to our families, friends, and neighbors.
We believe in producing energy- clean, local, responsible energy- energy capable of sustaining multiple generations well into the future. Be part of a local transformation by contacting us today!