Churches and other houses of worship are created so they have the ability to take in large quantities of people. And with big indoor spaces comes even bigger power requirements for lighting, heating, and cooling – meaning high electricity bills.
Now more than ever, religious institutions are looking to cut down on their operating expenses without having to sacrifice on services to their congregation and community. Turning off the lights and equipment while services aren’t in session could help, but not in any significant way. Because church buildings and other houses of worship are typically large with abundant amounts of space, they have the potential for lots of solar panels.
By going solar, not only will your church save on energy costs, but you will also be setting environmental stewardship examples. You’ll inspire your congregation members to consider switching to renewable energy sources and embolden other organizations to go green, as well.
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