Beyond environmental attributes, Clearloop partners are investing in the health and economic well-being of American communities. By shifting the focus of corporate investments in renewable energy to regions of the country with dirty grids, we can achieve deeper, faster emissions reductions per installed capacity, bring good-paying clean energy jobs, and spur economic investment in regions of the country that vitally need them.
Your solar project will be constructed with U.S. materials creating construction and maintenance jobs for more Americans in that community. 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.
The uneven distribution of clean energy projects across the country means that the environmental and health impact of flipping on the lights are starkly different depending on where in the country you live. We’re intentionally investing in communities where communities don’t have to make a trade-off between economic investment and their health.
Clearloop’s initial solar projects will be placed in Silicon Ranch’s Regenerative Energy program with project land being used for grazing livestock to promote carbon sequestration in the soil and double-crop. We’ll continue to amplify their pioneering work by helping to build more solar projects that are designed to go beyond sustaining and regenerate our planet’s resources.
“As a supplier to large corporations with their own climate commitments, we felt like we could only go so far with our promise of eco-conscious products. Partnering with Clearloop lets us know that everything we do not only has a net-zero carbon footprint, but we’re having a positive impact on the environment by helping to build new solar projects. We can measure the carbon footprint of any consumer product and reclaim that value with a tangible solar project at the end of the transaction.”
CEO and Co-Founder Coolperx