Organizations and institutions that are funded by and serve the public are increasingly under pressure to show fiscal and moral responsibility. Rising public support for solar energy makes solar a widely accepted, financially responsible means for powering governmental projects such as municipal facilities, schools, universities and others. But it is also a way to provide non-profit institutions a path to energy savings translating to more effective use of capital for the intended goals. A positive impact on cash flow is often most of what is needed.
Even with capital limitations, organizations are not necessarily excluded from the benefits of a solar energy system.