My NC GreenPower

My NC GreenPower is a community for advocates of a cleaner, greener environment in North Carolina to join together for fundraising. Individuals and groups can create a profile page and launch campaigns, raising money to fund renewable energy and carbon offset projects across our state.

My NC GreenPower is a community for advocates of a cleaner, greener environment in North Carolina to join together for fundraising. Individuals and groups can create a profile page and launch campaigns, raising money to fund renewable energy and carbon offset projects across our state.

Find a campaign in your area and donate to show your support. You can also follow a campaign to keep up with recent news and activities.

Find a campaign in your area and donate to show your support. You can also follow a campaign to keep up with recent news and activities.

Start a campaign today – it’s easy! Just choose a fundraising campaign type. We’ve provided some causes for you to consider, or you can start your own! Then use your social media networks to spread the word to help you raise money.

Start a campaign today – it’s easy! Just choose a fundraising campaign type. We’ve provided some causes for you to consider, or you can start your own! Then use your social media networks to spread the word to help you raise money.

See some of the generators currently in our program. Or, search our map to find one near you! Browse generator profiles to learn more about each individual project. All NC GreenPower renewable energy generators are located in North Carolina.

See some of the generators that are currently in our program. Or, search our map to find one near you! Browse generator profiles to learn more about each individual project. All NC GreenPower renewable energy generators are located in North Carolina.

Formed in 2003, NC GreenPower is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to improve the quality of the environment in North Carolina through programs that connect consumers with green energy and carbon offset providers.

Formed in 2003, NC GreenPower is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to improve the quality of the environment in North Carolina through programs that connect consumers with green energy and carbon offset providers.

Active Campaigns

Rocky Mount Prep is Fundraising

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West Wilkes High School is Fundraising For Solar!

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#Help_Cove_Creek_Go_Solar

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    $14,267
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    6/11/18

NC GreenPower's Family

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Monique Powell is Reducing her Energy Consumption

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Lake Lure Classical Academy -Team CFA is Fundraising

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Generator Profiles

Susan Campbell

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  • System Type

    Small Solar

  • Use

    Residential

  • Size (kWh)
    4.93
  • Annual Production
    7,082

Davidson, NC

Utility Other/Various

William Smith

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  • System Type

    Small Solar

  • Use

    Residential

  • Size (kWh)
    4.64
  • Annual Production
     

Morganton, NC

Utility Albemarle EMC

Roy D Alberts

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  • System Type

    Small Solar

  • Use

    Residential

  • Size (kWh)
    4.06
  • Annual Production
    5,868

New Bern, NC

Utility Tideland EMC

Jeffrey McCallum

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  • System Type

    Small Solar

  • Use

    Residential

  • Size (kWh)
    5.00
  • Annual Production
    7,227

Morehead City, NC

Utility Carteret-Craven EMC

John Wellons

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  • System Type

    Small Solar

  • Use

    Residential

  • Size (kWh)
    3.00
  • Annual Production
    4,336

Fayetteville, NC

Utility Fayetteville PWC

Mary L Sullivan-Glorioso

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  • System Type

    Small Solar

  • Use

    Residential

  • Size (kWh)
    4.06
  • Annual Production
    5,868

Fayetteville , NC

Utility Fayetteville PWC

Roger Moberly

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  • System Type

    Small Solar

  • Use

    Residential

  • Size (kWh)
    3.99
  • Annual Production
    5,767

New Bern, NC

Utility Town of New Bern

Willard Ellen

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  • System Type

    Small Solar

  • Use

    Residential

  • Size (kWh)
    3.42
  • Annual Production
    4,943

Calabash, NC

Utility 3.42

Eric Owen

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  • System Type

    Small Solar

  • Use

    Residential

  • Size (kWh)
    4.02
  • Annual Production
    5,811

Waxhaw, NC

Utility Union Power EMC


Recent Activity

Edgecombe Early College High School
4:49 PM
Edgecombe Early College High School

August 16, 2018: Just met with Troy Lewis, the Town Manager for Tarboro. He's hugely supportive of our school going solar and is working with the town to establish commercial rates for the energy credits generated by our panels since we'll be the first "commercial" solar site inside the town limits. Thanks, Mr. Lewis!

Edgecombe Early College High School
4:45 PM
Edgecombe Early College High School

August 15, 2018: We have kicked off a fundraising campaign with Lemongrass Spa to sell their herbal products to support our solar panel campaign. Every scholar at our school has a fundraising packet--if you are interested in soaps, sprays, lotions, mists, etc., please ask one of our scholars how you can contribute in the fundraiser! And these make great gifts--stock up for the holidays!

Edgecombe Early College High School
4:43 PM
Edgecombe Early College High School

August 14, 2018: We are so appreciative of the donations and contributions that have come in so far. We're getting there! Please keep the donations coming so we can get to our $15k fundraising goal by October 31!

Edgecombe Early College High School
4:40 PM
Edgecombe Early College High School

July 19, 2018: Our two science teachers, Sarah Judy and Brittany White, just completed two days of solar energy professional development with The Center for Energy Education (C4EE). These two educators are psyched about our school going solar!

Edgecombe Early College High School
4:39 PM
Edgecombe Early College High School

June 18, 2018: We met today with NC Greenpower's engineer, J.R. Whitley, and representatives from the Town of Tarboro and Electricities to do a site analysis. We've found a great location for our solar panel that will provide both SHADE and save ENERGY! We're going to position the panel as an awning over the entrance to our main lobby (by our front office). Yes, that means students will actually walk UNDER our panel on their way into the building! Cool, huh?