When we do our job,
And that’s why we’re here.
Everyday Energy positively impacts your bottom line,
your residents’ lives, the environment and more.
When we bring value and savings to your property, you win.
When we make solar more accessible and help bridge the green divide, your residents win.
When we reduce the electricity subsidies needed for low-income residents, California ratepayers win.
When we create job training on every project, the community wins.
When we help increase the use of clean renewable energy, the environment wins.
We started Everyday Energy with a vision of creating something that was sustainable and made good business sense. But in helping so many people and communities, our innovative approach has grown far beyond what we ever imagined. And that’s a win for everyone.
A decade of impact and counting
Everyday Energy by the numbers for the past 10 years.
Towards the Future
See and Feel the Benefits
Why we do it
Making a difference makes a difference to us. Sometimes it’s big. Sometimes it’s small. But there’s one thing we hear time and time again: everyone and everything is better for having worked with us.
How we do it
With 150+ projects and over 10 years in affordable housing, we know what works and what doesn’t. From the initial feasibility analysis, through final installation and beyond, we work with you from beginning to end.
A decade of milestones and firsts
Everyday Energy CEO, Scott Sarem, with President Obama recognizing Everyday Energy’s
contribution to achieving national Climate Action Plan goals.
Everyday Energy Co-Founders Scott Sarem and Chris Taylor invited
to the White House, recognized as Champions of Change
for solar PV on multifamily affordable housing.
Everyday Energy Co-Founders Scott Sarem and Chris Taylor were invited
to the White House to provide feasibility analysis, proving out the
business case on solar for multifamily affordable housing nationwide.
Everyday Energy Co-Founders with U.S. Senator, John Thune of South Dakota,
discussing the national importance of the investment tax credit.
This tax credit has been extended through 2022.
(Left) Everyday Energy CEO, Scott Sarem and Randall Simmrin, Executive Director
of Community Advancement Development Corporation, after a successful day
of advocacy at the California State Capitol in support of AB 693 (SOMAH Program).
(Right photo) Randall Simmrin, testifying with Assemblymember Susan Talamantes-Eggman,
the author and sponsor of AB 693 (SOMAH Program). After working with
Everyday Energy and CALSEIA, Mr. Simmrin, on behalf of the MASH Coalition,
was the only affordable housing advocacy group to speak directly to the
Senate Committee on Utilities in support of AB 693 (SOMAH Program).
California Governor, Jerry Brown, signed AB 693 into law on October 8, 2015.
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