Delivering Your Project
We work with you hand in hand to take solar projects beyond the blueprint. Our team has decades of collective experience bringing projects online while providing outstanding service for administrators, public officials, and community members. With a culture centered around safety, and multiple NABCEP-certified staffers, we work with you to build high-quality projects safely and on time.
Solar Empowered Schools
Solar schools have the unique opportunity to transform their solar arrays into learning labs for renewable energy, generating rich STEM curriculum connections for students of any age — from elementary schoolers learning about the sun to high schoolers engaging in technical career training.
Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)
For public sector partners, the up-front investment required to design and install a solar system has historically been cost prohibitive. However, Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) have changed that dynamic significantly. They are an essential tool in ensuring that schools, local governments, and non-profits have the ability to save money by embracing solar.
Middlesex County Public Schools
“…this is a big win for Middlesex. The hands-on, authentic learning opportunities for our students are equally valuable. We’re proud to partner with Sun Tribe”
The Washington Post
The Washington Post explores the momentum around solar in Virginia Schools, highlighting Sun Tribe projects in Middlesex and Arlington Counties
ABC – 13News Now
Newport News Public Schools adopt solar to innovate student education and save the school district $4 million in electricity costs.
Sun Tribe’s work on schools in Richmond, Middlesex County, Powhatan County, Henrico County, and Hanover County is featured as a leading Virginia trend
Solar Power World
As Virginia’s solar market grows, Sun Tribe will be partnering with Fairfax County as part of the largest solar PPA in Virginia’s history
Thanks to a partnership with Sun Tribe, Shenandoah County Public Schools will save $475,000 and provide STEM educational opportunities for students.
Working with Sun Tribe Solar, King William County Public Schools embraces a “go-green approach” and saves millions of taxpayer dollars.