Veterans Green Villages

Building a sustaianble future with veteran leadership.

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Sustainability Plan

Problem:

Veterans Green Villages Inc. Prospectus ­ Long Form

Detroit is a severely blighted City lacking public services such as housing blight remediation and rebuild, municipal waste removal, and jobs training, with immense numbers of fully capable Veterans ready, willing, and able to work.

History:

In 1950, Detroit saw its highest population: 2.5 million. This number dropped to 650,000 as of 2010 Census. WWII had established the City of the Arsenal of Democracy and created the foundation of America’s redevelopment post WWII via the Auto Industry & freeways systems. Unfortunately, Detroit invented two things that almost destroyed her: the inner­city freeway and the idea of an accessible suburb to an urban environment using that system. This unfortunately isolated community citizens from transportation, jobs, and cultural resources.

Scope of Need:

Although the City is currently experiencing a resurgence with focused redevelopment downtown and basic improvements for City services, what remains is 110 square miles of blighted neighborhoods built for WWII era factory workers.

Opportunity:

The Veterans Green Village (http://veteransgreenvillages.com/) is made up of 5 bordering properties at the corner of Burgess & Orchard streets in Detroit's Old Redford District in the Northwest side. Heretofore unincorporated, it is the epicenter of Veterans CleanTech Forward Operations remediation, farming, disaster response, and grease removal Training; with in­kind direct donations supporting applicable certifications in hand by Veteran manager Gordon Soderberg.

As a CleanTech Training Center for these requisite services, anchored in the City needing these services most, by the Green Veteran most capable of helming them, to pass on to other Veteran Trainers, The Veterans Green Village is positioned to optimally structure, train, & execute Builds of Materials (BOM) and Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for various Clean Technologies deployed & serviced by Green Veterans nationwide.

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Latest Activity: Sep 10, 2018

How much do solar panels cost in Detroit, MI in 2020?

As of November 2020, the average solar panel cost in Detroit, MI is $3.31/W. Given a solar panel system size of 5 kilowatts (kW), an average solar installation in Detroit, MI ranges in cost from $14,068 to $19,032, with the average gross price for solar in Detroit, MI coming in at $16,550. After accounting for the 26% Federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC) and other state and local solar incentives, the net price you'll pay for solar can fall by thousands of dollars.

Importantly, these costs are typical for solar shoppers comparing solar quotes on the EnergySage Marketplace. When you compare quotes for solar panels on EnergySage's competitive solar marketplace, you can expect to see prices up to 20% lower than working with a single solar company.

Average solar panel cost by system size in Detroit, MI

System Size System Cost System Cost (after ITC)
3 kW $9,930 $7,348
4 kW $13,240 $9,798
5 kW $16,550 $12,247
6 kW $19,860 $14,696
7 kW $23,170 $17,146
8 kW $26,480 $19,595
9 kW $29,790 $22,045
10 kW $33,100 $24,494

2020 average solar panel cost graph in Detroit, MI

for a 5kW system

Great Price
$14,068or less
Market Average
$16,550
Above Market
$19,032or more

Solar installation costs do not include the 26% Federal Investment Tax Credit or local incentives. Learn more about local MI incentives, tax credits & rebates.

Payback Period

11.15 Years

20-Year Savings

$21,846

Cost per Watt

$3.31

How much do solar panels cost in Pahrump, NV in 2020?

As of November 2020, the average solar panel cost in Pahrump, NV is $2.70/W. Given a solar panel system size of 5 kilowatts (kW), an average solar installation in Pahrump, NV ranges in cost from $11,475 to $15,525, with the average gross price for solar in Pahrump, NV coming in at $13,500. After accounting for the 26% Federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC) and other state and local solar incentives, the net price you'll pay for solar can fall by thousands of dollars.

Importantly, these costs are typical for solar shoppers comparing solar quotes on the EnergySage Marketplace. When you compare quotes for solar panels on EnergySage's competitive solar marketplace, you can expect to see prices up to 20% lower than working with a single solar company.

Average solar panel cost by system size in Pahrump, NV

System Size System Cost System Cost (after ITC)
3 kW $8,100 $5,994
4 kW $10,800 $7,992
5 kW $13,500 $9,990
6 kW $16,200 $11,988
7 kW $18,900 $13,986
8 kW $21,600 $15,984
9 kW $24,300 $17,982
10 kW $27,000 $19,980

2020 average solar panel cost graph in Pahrump, NV

for a 5kW system

Great Price
$11,475or less
Market Average
$13,500
Above Market
$15,525or more

Solar installation costs do not include the 26% Federal Investment Tax Credit or local incentives. Learn more about local NV incentives, tax credits & rebates.

Payback Period

10.00 Years

20-Year Savings

$26,423

Cost per Watt

$2.70

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Solution:●  The Veterans Green Village Detroit is rich with capacity including a farm, housing, & industrial space●  Sweat equity is inherent amongst Veterans, with Gordon Soderberg representing…Continue

Started by Gordon Soderberg. Last reply by Gordon Soderberg Sep 9, 2018.

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