Our old pal Dave Strenski from Ypsi Solar
has a great suggestion. What is it, you ask? You did read the headline, right?
"The non-profits simply had to accept the check and pay the contractor to install the panels. There was no administrative overhead; we got economies of scale by bidding six projects as one; and the non-profits had very little extra work because everything was laid out for them by SolarYpsi.
This is an excellent model to replicate in other communities. By funding solar power projects for non-profits, donors ensure that these organizations reduce their electricity bill, and can instead use those funds to further their missions."
Read/listen to the rest here