This nonprofit used WegoWise, a former affiliate that was co-founded and capitalized by BlueHub, to track energy usage in clients’ homes and help them advance their mission of addressing the social determinants of health.
BlueHub’s Onset Shared Solar Program generates solar energy offsite, then sells the credits at a discount to nearby affordable housing developments and lets residents sign up to have a percentage of the credits applied to their electricity bills.
BlueHub co-founded and helped finance the development of WegoWise, a software platform that tracks utilities for multi-family buildings, providing a dynamic tool to help reduce costs and increase energy savings.
BlueHub financed the installation of solar panels on the roof of the Greater Boston Food Bank, allowing them to get green energy for a low, fixed rate and to spend the savings fulfilling their mission.
BlueHub is offsetting this nonprofit affordable housing organization’s electricity costs with discounted net metering credits, reducing their costs by 17% and stabilizing their electricity rates for at least a decade.