Solar Energy

Solar Energy

All Points North Foundation is focused on finding ways to significantly advance the penetration of solar through education, job training and use of solar electric technologies in the United States.

All Points North Foundation has two priority areas:


Providing solar and workforce development training for tribal communities and villages to expand and diversify the solar job pipeline.


Working with small- to medium-sized science centers to engage students, families and local communities on the benefits and science behind solar.

The cost of solar has dropped dramatically over the last decade, however the upfront cost of going solar remains a hurdle for most families, communities and nonprofits.

All Points North Foundation does consider funding solar projects outside of these focal areas, but the programs must demonstrate how solar will have a broader impact on local communities (e.g., economic, social or environmental), as well as showcase the potential for replication across the nation.

Going Solar?

Request for Proposals Guide and Template for Nonprofits

This resource outlines key steps and considerations that nonprofits should prepare for when installing solar on their facility.

View Our Solar Energy Grantees

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All Points North Foundation provides grants for U.S.-based projects and initiatives that support our priorities: improving public middle school education and teacher training, and implementing effective solar programs and/or projects.

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