100% reclaimed carbon footprint™
By building 1 million watts of new solar capacity in Jackson, TN—covering 12 acres or the equivalent of 10 football fields—you are helping us reclaim and generate clean energy for communities that need it most.
Reclaim 59.6 Million pounds of carbon (CO2). Not only will these projects result in clean energy construction jobs, the investment in infrastructure often results in the biggest tax infusion for a community in generations.
Generate electricity to power 200 homes over 40 years. We’re intentionally investing so that communities don’t have to make a trade-off between economic investment and their health.
Our first solar project, we’re excited to help expand access to clean energy in our home state by working with companies of all sizes to clean up the electricity grid in Jackson, TN.
Jackson, TN ties the largely rural communities between Memphis and Nashville together and serves as the hub for all commerce, healthcare, and education for the area. The Jackson community is diverse, with nearly half of the population identifying as African American. Though it’s been identified as a Distressed Community by the Economic Innovation Group, the city is already embracing the economic and health benefits of the clean energy economy.
The Clearloop solar project site is located in an industrial area of the county across the road from the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Jackson which will be a key component in the creation of a local workforce development program for electricians and other trades in the area that will be prepared to join the clean energy economy. In Jackson specifically, 37 watts reclaim 1 metric ton of carbon (CO2) based on the grid dirtiness. The project, which will guarantee clean energy to the community for the next 40 years, is slated to break ground on September 2, 2021, and generate clean electricity by July 1, 2022.
Turning on something as simple as a light switch has a more drastic impact in Jackson than in other parts of the country. In Jackson, 1038.60 lbs of carbon (CO2) are currently emitted per Megawatt Hour (MwH) of electricity generated. Compare that to California, where the exact same activity releases 786 lbs of C02 per MegaWatt Hour. By expanding access to clean energy, we are narrowing this disparity across the country, one community at a time.
Currently, a big part of Tennessee’s electricity is generated by fossil fuels, which create pollution and have a negative impact on the environment. By investing in solar capacity and expanding access to clean energy, we can clean up the grid and take advantage of our most abundant resource– the sun! Tennessee is a Sun Belt state, after all.
The Distressed Communities Index (DCI) examines economic well-being at the zip code level in order to provide a detailed view of the divided landscape of American prosperity. While Jackson is distressed, the city is already embracing the economic and health benefits of the clean energy economy.
The Jackson community is diverse, with nearly half of the population identifying as African American.
50.5% Black or African American; 45.2% white, non-Hispanic; 1.8% Hispanic or Latino
Let’s do this. Join us in making carbon a relic of the past by investing in one of our upcoming projects. Use our calculator to input any number of solar panels, pounds of carbon, dollar amount, or number of watts you’d like to contribute to help us continue our mission to expand access to clean energy and clean up the US grid.
Build: 435 watts of solar capacity
Reclaim: ~26,000 lbs. of CO2
Build: 592 watts of solar capacity
Reclaim: ~35,000 lbs. of CO2
Average American is 16 metric tons*
Check back often for updates, highlights, and insights into the progress we’re making towards expanding access to clean energy and cleaning up the grid in Jackson, TN.
Earth Day Individual Solar Panels Launch for Purchase
Impact Snacks Coolperx
Dropps Vista Equity Partners
June 29, 2021
July 28, 2021
August 5, 2021
September 2, 2021
October 2021 – May 2022
July 1, 2022
End of life of solar project
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