NCI Can Educate You On Solar

Schools face significant financial pressure to save costs. Solar allows schools to reduce electric operating costs by up to 30%. Typically, schools have large, flat rooftops that provide valuable access to direct sunlight. Financial and environmental responsibility modeled by a school installing solar is a great example to students, parents, and the community.

Our Process

Step One

NCI will assist the school system to develop goals for solar savings and provide 12 months utility usage

Step Two

NCI evaluates electrical, roof condition, roof warranty, and building structural requirements and designs solar project based upon requirements

Step Three

NCI builds customer solar proposal, identifies financing partner (if required) and explains technical & financial performance for project lifecycle

Step Four

NCI validates design and financial performance of project and signs agreement with school system and/or financier

Step Five

NCI permits and builds project

Step Six

NCI validates project completion with school system and/or financier

Roof Mounted Solar Array at the DC Prep School in Washington DC
D.C. Prep School Roof Mount – Washington, D.C

Solar Education

Enthusiastic Teacher Giving a Solar Energy Lesson in Elementary School to Class Full of of Diverse Children.

Not only does solar energy encourage practices among the student body, but many schools with solar have gone as far as integrating the system into their learning curriculum through science and math classes

NCI Solar Group talks with students about job opportunities in the solar industry
(NCI at Energy Expo: Ridgeview HS Dickenson Co. Talking with students about job opportunities in the solar industry)

Your school will make a positive impact on the environment and community

Reduce Your Cost with Solar Energy

Installation of solar panels are ideal for reducing energy bills and cutting costs associated with powering a school’s facilities


More Schools Going Solar in Virginia, WVTF

Virginia jumps to head of the class on school solar installations, report shows, Energy News Network

Project Highlights