Cerebral Palsy of Massachusetts

Cerebral Palsy of Massachusetts (CPMA) was incorporated on June 20, 1952 with the stated purpose of providing rehabilitative and related services for developmentally disabled children and adults, and persons with handicapping neurological dysfunction and their families. Services began in a one room clinic at the Quincy Health Center where physical, occupational and speech therapies were [...]

Community Rowing Inc.

True to its mantra of “Rowing for All”, Community Rowing Inc. (CRI) is constantly striving to change lives and communities by providing access to the sport of rowing to individuals regardless of ability, background, or experience. Challenge As a non-profit organization CRI didn’t have the operating capital to invest into a solar array, but still [...]

The Cotting School


The Cotting School The Cotting School was founded over 100 years ago to educate children with physical disabilities. Today they educate kids with all manner of disabilities from age 3 to 22. Challenge The Cotting School was looking to reduce their carbon footprint and their electric bill, but as a non-profit, were not able to [...]

NuPath, Inc.

NuPath, Inc. NuPath is a non-profit organization based in Woburn, Mass., and was looking for a partner to help it “go solar.” As a non-profit, NuPath was not eligible for the state and government incentives that make solar so attractive to many businesses in Massachusetts, and its smaller roof size wasn’t of interest to many [...]

Michael Linslow Respite Center

Michael Linslow Respite Center Client Overview Entering its 16th year, The Michael Linslow Respite Center in Hopkinton, MA, provides emotional and physical support for individuals with disabilities and their families. The center is very active in the Hopkinton community and is well-known for the signs residents make to cheer on the local Boston sports teams [...]