Giving Back to New Mexico.
As one of the longest standing New Mexico solar companies, we believe in giving back. Whether our team is volunteering with New Mexico environmental clean up projects, supporting local PTAs and sports teams, or involved with nonprofits, you'll find Positive Energy Solar playing an active role in the community. After all, we're your neighbors!
Using Business As A Force For Good #BtheChange
You can go solar with anyone but when you go solar with Positive Energy Solar, you’re aligning with your values and desire to have a positive impact on the world. At Positive Energy Solar, we measure the success of our business not just by profits, but by how we can benefit all stakeholders.
Certified B Corporations, also called B-Corps, are a relatively new concept with a big mission: to champion business as a force for good. As defined by B Lab, the nonprofit network behind B Corp: Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose. B Corps are accelerating a global culture shift to redefine success in business and build a more inclusive and sustainable economy.
- Certified since 2013
- See our score here
- Why B Corps matter
- Commitment to Community
"PES GIVES" aligns with our company’s triple bottom line of People, Planet, and Prosperity for all. It also holds us accountable to our company’s JEDI initiatives via Environmental Justice Advocacy.
The PES GIVES program is Positive Energy’s method of including our team members and their sphere of influence in giving to important community causes and nonprofit organizations that align with our mission and values. Through PES GIVES, Positive Energy commits to collective donations toward community causes that seek to uplift people and planet.
Through these partnerships with nonprofit organizations we are tying our company’s clean energy mission to a more collective goal of community health and wellness.
Alleviating Hunger with
1 in 4 New Mexico children experience hunger. 1 in 8 New Mexicans overall experience hunger. Hunger is defined by the Food and Agriculture Organization as a “situation that exists when people lack secure access to sufficient amounts of safe and nutritious food for normal growth and development, and an active healthy life".
Food deserts and lack of access to nutritious food is an environmental injustice to the most vulnerable communities in our state. Positive Energy Solar is a proud partner of Storehouse NM. In Fall of 2022, we had the privilege of raising enough money from our team to provide over 5,500 meals to New Mexicans in need. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Storehouse NM so that we may further aid in building community health and wellness by feeding families in need of their services.