Foundations & Corporate Sponsors

“The Alliance has a proven record of support for solar and clean energy, and I’ve found that to be a strong value for our company and the solar industry on the whole. We’ve been supporters of the Alliance for years now, and know that the work they do, the networks they develop, and the unique access to information they provide is a direct result of their long experience in energy regulatory policy. There is no other organization in the region that has the weight and access that the Alliance does in their watchdog role. ”
                       -Jeff Cantin, President of Solar Alternatives

Thank you to our Foundations and Corporate Sponsors for partnering with us to be able to conduct community education campaigns on energy issues, help citizens and businesses become more energy efficient, and promote sustainable energy policy solutions.


Are you interested in becoming a sponsor? View our Sponsorship Levels then call us to discuss the details.


Arkansas Community Foundation

Arkansas Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes smart giving to improve communities. We offer tools to help Arkansans protect, grow and direct their charitable dollars as they learn more about community needs. By making grants and sharing knowledge, we support charitable programs that work for Arkansas and partner to create new initiatives that address the gaps. We’re here for the long-term to help you improve your neighborhood, your town and your state.

Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee provides personalized charitable solutions to help you make a difference and enrich the community in ways that matter to you.

When you come to The Community Foundation with a charitable dream or idea, we help ensure you meet your goals efficiently, effectively and with meaning.

Ella West Freeman Foundation

The Foundation supports grant seekers from the southeast Louisiana area. Within this area, highest priority is given to grants in the following categories.

  • Education with an emphasis on private education
  • Arts, both performing and applied
  • Community improvement and governmental oversight
  • Human service organizations with an emphasis on capital projects for established agencies.

The Energy Foundation

The Energy Foundation was launched in 1991 by three leading foundations who decided it was time for philanthropy to help the world meet its energy challenges. In 1999, with support from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Energy Foundation established the China Sustainable Energy Program (now called Energy Foundation China), with an office and staff in Beijing. Our partnership of philanthropic investors is committed to building a new energy future.

Merck Family Fund

The Merck Family Fund was established in 1954 by George W. Merck, President of Merck & Co., Inc. He created the fund for two principal reasons: to do good with the resources acquired through the company’s success, and to create an opportunity to regularly bring family members together.

New Orleans Musicians Assistance Foundation

The New Orleans Musicians Assistance Foundation (NOMAF) evolved from the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic following Hurricane Katrina in 2005 to expand its mission and promise to keep New Orleans music alive by sustaining New Orleans’ traditional music cultures through our Gig Fund and our Emergency Fund.

Transformer Sponsors


PosiGen pairs energy efficiency retrofits and solar power systems to reduce household energy consumption.

Megawatt Sponsors

The Alliance for Solar Choice

The Alliance for Solar Choice (TASC) leads the rooftop solar advocacy across the country.
Founded by the largest rooftop companies in the nation, TASC represents the majority of the market. TASC is working to protect net metering and leading solar campaigns across the country.

Generator Sponsors

Solar Alternatives

Solar Alternatives is New Orleans and Southeast Louisiana’s leading solar system design and installation company.


Joule is solar energy company based in New Orleans, LA. With 2x as many NABCEP-certified solar professionals as any other company in the state, Joule is a leader in solar technology.

Energy Star Sponsors

John Williams Architects, LLC

John C. Williams Architects LLC is a dynamic architectural firm that provides architectural, planning and interior design services – renovations, restorations and new construction.

Canal Street Inn

A New Orleans bed and breakfast like no other, the elegant Canal Street Inn, with original historical architecture is located in the heart of Mid-City.

ECO PRO Solar Supply

Rapidly expanding, our mission is to be the best solar installation company in South Louisiana for medium scale and residential systems; continually striving to maintain excellence in components, installation and superior customer service.


Opower is a global leader of cloud-based software for the utility industry, working with 95+ utilities in 9 countries. Opower’s customer engagement platform helps utilities act as advisors to the customers they serve by providing them with better information about their energy consumption and personalized ways to save.

Dirty Coast