Salvation Army’s Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center Upgrades to New Solar Power System

The system, provided by Novitium Energy in conjunction with Madison Energy Investments, required no upfront cost to The Salvation Army. The new system is expected to produce approximately 1.8 million kilowatt hours of electricity per year and meet 56% of Salvation Army Camden Kroc Center’s energy needs. Over the next 15 years, the system will save the Center approximately $1.65 million energy costs, with an estimate $95,000 savings the first year.

Novium CEO Jeremy Conner shared, “Our partnership with The Salvation Army is so important that we all recognize the tremendous impact the organization is having not only in our local community, but in every corner of United States and beyond. We see our contribution to this project as an opportunity to give something back to The Salvation Army with substantial and lasting impact.”

Major Keith Maynor of the Salvation Army explained, “This is an exciting time for our organization. Not only will we save money with the new solar power system, but we will also eliminate a large amount of gaseous emissions at greenhouse effect, continuing a strong track record in environmental stewardship through the Camden Kroc Center The support we have received has been a tremendous blessing.

The event was attended by the official city councilor Chris Collins and received an invocation from Major Jong Woo Kim of the Salvation Army. Although unable to attend due to his responsibilities at the General Assembly, the member of the Assembly William Spearman recognized the Salvation Army and Novitium Energy by a congressional proclamation issued by the United States House of Representatives. You can see images of the event here.

About The Salvation Army Camden Kroc Center
Opened in 2014 to improve Salvation Army service in the Town of Camden Since 1880, the Salvation Army Kroc Center has been a 128,000 square foot state-of-the-art community center on a 24-acre campus. The Center offers recreational, health, educational, cultural, family and spiritual programs to Camden and the surrounding community. The facility includes a black box theater, water park, swimming pool, commercial kitchen, youth and senior centers, chapel, country house, fitness center, food pantry and even more. Outdoor facilities include a soccer/football field and two baseball/softball fields. Visit https://camdenkroccenter.org/ for more information.

About Novitium Energy
Novitium Energy, a National Energy Partner Company, is a nationally recognized renewable energy development company dedicated to bringing turnkey solar solutions to non-profit and commercial organizations. Founded in 2009, Novitium Energy helps customers realize the benefits and savings of clean energy while reducing initial capital investment through complementary comprehensive assessments that include cost analysis, on-site audits, incentives available government and financing options and an assessment of commercial energy needs with the development of strategic solutions. Visit NovitiumEnergy.comcall (856) 273-5761 and follow Novitium Energy on LinkedIn.

About Madison Energy Investments
Madison Energy Investments (“MEI”) develops, builds, owns and operates distributed generation assets in the commercial and industrial (C&I), municipal, educational and healthcare sectors across the country. MEI identifies and creates opportunities that provide cost savings and certainty, providing institutional capital to fund renewable energy projects for clients. The team’s diverse experience has produced best practices in all phases of the industry, from origination to asset management. Quality partnerships and the “execution mindset” make MEI the best team in the industry.

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