‘Serving the people who serve the world’ extends beyond financial solutions. Across our organization, we champion actions, advocacy, and community engagement on climate action and social equality. Learn more in our Human Rights Statement.
By "going green" and becoming environmentally responsible, many companies have significantly reduced costs and increased sales. In the future, as predictions about the availability of energy, water and other natural resources are validated, going green may also enable companies to keep customers and investors happy, maintain market share, become more efficient, avoid legal liability for environmental damage and stay in business.
We are currently accepting applications for our virtual Solar Lending Professional Training and Certificate program. This training is designed for individuals with more than one year of lending experience who work at community-based lending institutions (credit unions, CDFIs, and community banks). This training series has been developed by the Inclusiv Center for Resiliency and Clean Energy and the University of New Hampshire Carsey School of Public Policy Center for Impact Finance, with major funding from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office.