Clearloop in Jackson, TN

Expanding Access to Clean Energy & Cleaning up the grid

For our first solar project, we’re excited to help expand access to clean energy in our home state of Tennessee by working with companies of all sizes to clean up the electricity grid with 1 million watts of new solar capacity that will power 200 homes in Jackson, TN.

Help us reach 1 million watts in Jackson, TN

What you can do today

As part of our Earth Day 2021 celebration through the month of May, we’re opening the opportunity to individuals to join us in making carbon a relic of the past by investing in Jackson today.  Below, input any number of solar panels, pounds of carbon, dollar amount, or number of watts, you’d like to contribute to help us reach our 1 million watt goal.

Individual Solar Panel

  • Invest: $153

  • Build: 435 watts of solar capacity

  • Reclaim: ~26,000 lbs. of CO2

Annual Carbon Footprint*

  • Invest: $208

  • Build: 592 watts of solar capacity

  • Reclaim: ~35,000 lbs. of CO2

Average American is 16 metric tons*

Make carbon a relic of the past


Your investment will help to provide project financing for the construction of this new solar project. Whether you’re putting your name on a solar panel or offsetting your annual carbon footprint, your dollars today will directly help fund new solar capacity (measured in watts) that will help clean up the grid for the next 40 years (sunshine is the best disinfectant after all!) and help us make carbon a relic of the past before we know it. Are you ready to put your name on a solar panel and make carbon a relic of the past?

The first 50 to reclaim their carbon footprint will receive time capsules to represent the carbon you’re helping us leave behind, and get an invite to our groundbreaking party in Jackson, TN where you can bury it along with anything else you’d like to see become a relic of the past.

Why we’re investing in Jackson, TN

Jackson, Tennessee is the city that ties the large rural communities between Memphis and Nashville 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, and boasts large manufacturing and agricultural employers.

Cleaning up the American grid together


Take a closer look

Even though we’re in the Sun Belt, only 0.4% of electricity in Tennessee comes from solar energy. That means we can reclaim more carbon per dollar of investment than we could in places like California.  Research in partnership with WattTime helped us find the best places to build solar energy and invest in the parts of America getting left behind.

Beyond environmental benefits, Clearloop partners are investing in the health and economic well-being of American communities. By shifting solar energy production to regions of the country with dirty grids, we can achieve deeper, faster emissions reductions, bring good-paying clean energy jobs and spur economic investment.

More background:

Clearloop works with companies of all sizes to help fund the construction of new solar projects in the United States that offset the carbon footprint of their goods and services by matching their emissions with the reduction of carbon emissions from the development of new solar capacity, measured in watts. 

When a product earns the Clearloop 100% reclaimed carbon warranty, the product’s total carbon footprint has been “reclaimed”, or accounted for, by funding new renewable energy facilities in the United States that over their lifetime will displace the equivalent amount of carbon from traditional electricity production. 

When a product earns the Clearloop 100% reclaimed carbon warranty, the product’s total carbon footprint has been “reclaimed”, or accounted for, by funding new renewable energy facilities in the United States that over their lifetime will displace the equivalent amount of carbon from traditional electricity production. 

Clearloop Background

Clearloop works with companies of all sizes to help fund the construction of new solar projects in the United States that offset the carbon footprint of their goods and services by matching their emissions with the reduction of carbon emissions from the development of new solar capacity, measured in watts. 

When a product earns the Clearloop 100% reclaimed carbon warranty, the product’s total carbon footprint has been “reclaimed”, or accounted for, by funding new renewable energy facilities in the United States that over their lifetime will displace the equivalent amount of carbon from traditional electricity production. 

Laura Zapata

Clearloop CEO & Founder
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Help us reach our 1 million watt goal and get ready to break ground this Summer.

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