Commitment to Our
Local Communities

Our team is actively involved with the neighborhoods and the communities we work in, providing information and explaining the financial and environmental benefits of our solar projects. Our dedication to training and education is what led us to start the non-profit “Center for Energy Education” which serves to inform, educate and enable people to be a part of this exciting industry.

 

Geenex’s solar projects have consistently shown to be mutually beneficial for our landowners, the local community, the local economy, and our investors. Along with our industry partners, and with a growing pipeline of projects ranging in size from 20 MW to more than 350 MW, Geenex is your proven expert in local solar development.

Take a look at how Geenex Solar and our projects work with local communities.

The Center for

Energy Education

The Center for Energy Education (C4EE) is a 501c3 non-profit established to provide renewable energy research, education and workforce development. The C4EE is located off US Highway 158 near Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. The 5,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility overlooks a 20 MW solar farm developed by Geenex Solar and now owned and operated by Duke Energy Renewables.

Geenex Solar sees the future of renewables as dependent on community support and involvement. Through the C4EE, the local community gains valuable educational opportunities that foster a understanding of green energy and can create a pathway into employment in the renewables sector. The C4EE’s mission is to raise awareness of and involvement in this vital and thriving industry.

C4EE Website

Geenex vision

Successful solar projects
are of benefit to all
members of the community

 

«Our experience with Geenex has been extremely positive. Their solar projects are stimulating new investment and job creation.»

– Tony Brown, Halifax County Manager
Communities

Geenex repurposed an abandoned airfield

in Halifax County, NC as a 20 MW solar facility.