Sol Systems Partners with Potomac Conservancy to Celebrate Earth Day 2019

16 Apr 2019

Sol Partnered with the Potomac Conservancy to clean up Rock Creek Park.

Last year, the Sol Systems team spent the day in Rock Creek Park to preserve it from invasive species.

The Sol Systems team will observe Earth Day 2019 by partnering with local clean water advocacy group Potomac Conservancy and re-committing to its corporate sustainability goals and initiatives.

As the Washington, D.C. region’s leading clean water advocate, Potomac Conservancy fights to ensure that the Potomac River — which provides nearly 90% of the region’s drinking water — boasts healthy lands, clean drinking water, and vibrant communities. Last year alone, Potomac Conservancy volunteers collected 25,000 pounds of litter that would have entered the river.

In observation of Earth Day, Sol’s 80 DC employees will participate in a litter cleanup at Four Mile Run, to prevent trash from entering the Potomac. The company will also donate $1,000 to support the organization’s programs that protect stream side forests, advance clean water laws, and restore the health of local shorelines.

Learn more about Potomac Conservancy’s work.


Sol Systems, a national solar finance and development firm, delivers sophisticated, customized services for institutional, corporate, and municipal customers. Sol is employee-owned, and has been profitable since inception in 2008. Sol is backed by Sempra Energy, a $25+ billion energy company.

Over the last ten years, Sol Systems has delivered 800 MW of solar projects for Fortune 100 companies, municipalities, universities, churches, and small businesses. Sol now manages over $650 million in solar energy assets for utilities, banks, and Fortune 500 companies.

Inc. 5000 recognized Sol Systems in its annual list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies for four consecutive years. For more information, please visit

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Jamie Nolan

Jamie Nolan