Suggestions for Federal Funding for Church Energy Efficiency or Renewable Energy

Solar panels are growing on Presbyterian congregations across the country. Second Presbyterian Church in Kansas City was recognized for its array in 2016.

Is your congregation curious about energy efficiency and/or renewable energy? Have you heard about the financial resources, tax incentives and pathways provided by this year’s legislation passed through the U.S. Congress for some of these kinds of projects?

While not all congregations will be able to make use of these resources, some may be able to use opportunities now while others could use some of these ideas to plan for the future. These aren’t the easiest resources to figure out how to access. Thus, we are grateful for experts, organizations and friends who’ve shared ideas of how to make good use of these offerings.

In addition to the curated list below, you can find other great webinars from Interfaith Power and Light ( as well as Presbyterians for Earth Care ( to help in your learning.

Webinars and Web Sites for more information

In addition to these webinars and web sites about public funding and tips for saving energy and money, a reminder about the Restoring Creation Loan from Presbyterian Investment and Loan! Many congregations have made use of this great resource as a way to get started.


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