“We are a group of creators, idealists and problem solvers who believe in the power of cooperation. “

We care deeply about the communities we serve, the nonprofits we support, and the individuals whose lives have been enhanced by the solar energy solutions we provide.

Since its conception in 2016, PV Squared has demonstrated its dedication to supporting our community with the “Community Committee” aka “CoCo”.

Here, we celebrate their stories. We stand with them, partner with them, and volunteer alongside them, because to us, it’s not just about solar energy. It’s about community.

It’s about giving back and doing our part to make the world a better place. After all, our mission is to “energize a brighter future for people and planet”.

Here’s a look at the organizations who have been touched by the wonderful work of our Community Committee. This is “Heart & Solar” in action.

To submit an opportunity/ request for donation to our “CoCo” Charter, please email us:

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CoCo’s Individual and Group Recipients since 2016:

9k for k9s

American Cancer Association

American Indian College Fund

Asian American Defense & Legal Education Fund

Baystate Franklin Medical Center

Belly Bus Food Drive

Bike For Food

Brick House

BRIDGE (dba Multicultural BRIDGE)


Buster Symanski Memorial Scholarship Fund at Smith Vocational

Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture (“CISA”) Clarkdale 12K

Community Land Trust Invasive Project in Great Barrington

Compost Coop | Affordable Housing + Co-ops

Connecticut River Watershed Council Annual Event

Construct, Inc. ‘Warm Up The Winter”

Craig’s Doors, Amherst

CT River’s Clean Up (aka “Green River Clean Up”)

Dakin Animal Shelter

DAV (Disabled American Veterans)

David Ruggles Center

Democracy Brewing

Fair Fight

Fire Victims (Carissa V Lee | Go Fund Me)

Friends of the Greenfield Public Library

Four Rivers Tournament

Gardening in the Community

GoFundMe for Black Doulas

Greenfield High School Music Department

Habitat for Humanity (100% donated arrays & installation)

Habitat for Humanity | “Lisa D 5k” Fundraiser

Habitat for Humanity | “Gingerbread Build”

Hilltown Arts Alliance

Hispanic Federation

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Honor the Earth

Interfaith Council Earth Day

Jewish Family Services of Amherst

Julie M. Johnson Teaching Gardens

Justice Cup

LatinoJustice PRLDEF

Link to Libraries

Links for Library

MA. Solidarity Economy Network

Merrimack Valley Fires

Mister G’s “Halloween Fiesta” at the Amherst Common School

Monte’s March for the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts

Mumbets Freedom Farm

NAACP Boston

Natick Community Farm

National Women’s Law Center

New England Center for Women in Transition (“NELCWIT”)

New England Youth Cycling (“NEYC”) Trail Blasters

Nuestras Raices

Nueva Esperanza

Ohketeau Cultural Center

Out in the Open, VT

Pa’lante Restorative Justice

People’s Fund – COVID relief

Pioneer Valley Workers Center

Power On Puerto Rico

Ray Brown Memorial Run

Red Cross Ukraine

Relay for Life

Revitalize Community Development Corporation

Smith Vocational High School

Springfield Rescue Mission

Standing Rock Donation


The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts

The Movement For Black Lives

Thousand Currents

Toolbox for Education and Social Action (“TESA”) Toolkit

TS’s GoFundMe

Wellspring Cooperative | Earth Day Celebration

WestMass ElderCare

Will Bike 4 Food