“Care for Earth” Through Renewable Energy

Posted by Carolyn Cromer

August 19, 2022

 Jordan Greenway of SunWind Power Systems Inc. installs solar panels on the Crimmins rooftop at Nazareth, KY. 

The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth are fulfilling their mission to “care for Earth” by continuing to invest in solar energy. Phase III of the solar array on the Crimmins rooftop at Nazareth was installed last week. This 15 kW system brings the building total to 45 kW.

Before this phase was added, the building’s electrical utilities had dropped by 55%. This third phase will bring us even closer to our goal of zero emissions from fossil fuels.

3 Comments

  1. Eugenie Coakley scna

    Fantastic! Good to see those panels going up and the electric bill going down!

    Reply
  2. Maggie Cooper

    This is wonderful! What a innovation! So glad and proud that this is being done!!

    Reply
  3. Ann Palatty

    God’s energy given through sun rays is far better for Mother Earth. God did invent electricity, but God said, Let there be light, and there was light. God be praised.

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