CleanEnergy4All (Dayton, OH)

Name

  • Name:robert Pohl
  • Title:CEO

Organization Address

  • Organization Name:CleanEnergy4All
  • Address:144 W. Thruston Blvd.
    Dayton, OH 45419
    Ohio
    United States

Organization Phone

  • Main phone:9374786974

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General

  • Mission:
  • CleanEnergy4All, utilizes solar power, energy conservation measures & back-up battery storage, to provide a solution that positively impacts the environment, transforms the lives of the most vulnerable by significantly enhancing the resources available to charities.

    The CBOs that participate in our programs have demonstrated long term track records of success with at-risk individuals. Due to a sustainable solar eneegy program, the CBOs will also provide social & environmental resiliency to low socio-economic communities.

    CE4A acts as an opportunity provider and an innovative partner for many charities and the CBOs become much more vital and effective organizations.

  • Overview:
  • The purpose of CleanEnergy4All is to provide a sustainable solar & energy efficient system to charities which includes the procurement of the funding and the supervision of its successful installation. CE4A has the technical capability and services to provide the conceptual design, engineering, and implementation of electrical producing solar energy projects for Community Based Organizations (CBOs).

    Our program reduces a considerable portion of electrical energy consumption from conventional sources and supplements electricity through renewable and clean sustainable systems for CBOs. In addition, the sustainable projects enables the CBOs to:

    a) significantly increase its resources by substantially reducing the cost of energy. For example, the project for Teen Challenge in Ventura will save approximately $250,000 from their operating budget over 20 years.

    b) promote a pro-social message through a state of the art clean energy saving solution that distinguishes it from other non-profits in a very challenging marketplace.

    c) produce clean energy that reduces the carbon footprint and role models pro-social activity for other organizations

    d) serve as a Sustainable Emergency Telecommunications Center (SETC) & become an Energy Producing Center (EPC) for their communities.

    e) form a collaboration with local CBOs partnering with a University to provide a low income commuity utility.

    CLEANENERGY4ALL generates a considerable Significant Social Return on Investment (SROI) through the careful and prudent design, engineering and implementation of solar sustainable programs.

  • History:
  • In 2013, CleanEnergy4All (CE4A) began a quest to help transform the lives of people who have fallen on hard times. Many of these people rely on the services of successful charities that work with at-risk individuals so they can lead productive lives. So, rather than taking the typical approach of donating food, clothing and other sundries, the founders of CE4A decided to use their extensive business experience to help reduce the operational overhead of these facilities. Once this primary goal could be accomplished, more funds would become available for the services that directly benefit their community.

    With an expertise in designing, funding, building and operating clean energy solutions, solar energy systems could be built for these facilities, and the result would be significant energy cost savings for accredited and highly successful charities that benefit under-privileged and under-served individuals, such as individuals recovering from physical, mental or substance abuse. In addition, such a program would reduce the carbon footprint of the facilities as the host charity would significantly enhance the environment and send a strong environmental sustainability message to other non-profit organizations.

    CleanEnergy4All provides a Solar Energy System that is made up of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels, an AC/DC power converter (also known as an inverter), a racking system that holds the solar panels, and the interconnections and mounting for all components. It may be either a rooftop, ground mount or a carport system.


    In October 2014, CleanEnergy4All funded and installed its first solar energy carport at the Ventura Teen Challenge residential center for women suffering from substance addiction. In January 2015, CleanEnergy4All again facilitated the funding, as well as the installation, of a second solar energy system for the Boys and Girls Club in San Clemente, Calif., which provides a wide range of educational and sports activities for the city’s youth. In the spring of 2015, CleanEnergy4All will ensure the successful installation of a third such system to the East End Community Service Center in Dayton, Ohio.

    Our Sustainability Project for Teen Challenge/Ventura, serves a diverse socioeconomic population that is faced with drug addiction. The sustainability program at this facility serves 45 individuals per month or 540 per year. Due to energy savings, this unique sustainability program enables Teen Challenge to enahance their efforts to minimize delinquency. In addition, they create partnerships with families and collaboration with community agencies resulting in positive alternatives for participants and knowledge in violence prevention plus counsel young adults with substance addiction.

    Our existing sustainability programs clearly demonstrate potential for systemic change. The last three CE4A projects, Teen Challenge/Ventura, CA, Boys and Girls Club/San Clemente, CA, and East End Community Service Center in Dayton, Ohio, will collectively save $562,000 over 15 years. The rising costs of utilities impacts the quality service that CBOs provide to their programs' participants.

    Our experience demonstrates our passion and adherence to our mission statement by lowering monthly electricity costs from the CBO’s operating budget and providing options for them to allocate savings and enhance the qualitative service of their organization for their respective communities.
    The organizations to which we contribute provide individuals and communities with greatly needed programs and services that otherwise would not be available to them,” said Bob Pohl, Chairman of CleanEnergy4All. “We are very pleased that we are able to partner with organizations like Teen Challenge, The Boys and Girls Club, and the East End Community Center and we look forward to many more in the future.”

    “The lifetime cost savings from the solar energy systems will enable these incredible organizations to help a lot of people during the next few decades,” said Peter Pohl, Co-Founder, of CleanEnergy4All. “It is with these type of on-going charitable contributions that individuals can live a longer, happier, and healthier life. These systems also set a great example for other facilities and communities around the country, to help them understand the value of solar energy, and to help them ultimately reduce their carbon footprint.”

    During the next two years, CleanEnergy4All plans to raise more than $3,000,000 to fund and install 50 solar energy projects for charities that benefit individuals from low socio-economic communities. In addition to the solar system the solution will include battery storage and the establisihment of a collaboration of CBOs to provide programs for utility savings throughout the porr communities which they serve.

  • Year established:2013
  • Endowment:Unknown

Staff

  • Executive / Trustee board size:9
  • Advisory board size:2
  • Staff size:2

Registration

  • Organization type:Grantseeker
  • Country of registration:United States
  • Tax Determination Letter:Unknown
  • IRS Section:501(c)(3)
  • IRS Subsection:None
  • Tax ID:46-0865001

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IRS Business Master File Information

  • EIN:460865001
  • Organization Name:CLEANENERGY4ALL
  • Sort (Secondary) Name:
  • Care Of Name:
  • Organization Address:111 HARRIES ST
  • Organization City:DAYTON
  • Organization State:OH
  • Organization Zip:45402-1779
  • Group Exemption Number:0000
  • Subsection Code:03
  • Classification Code(s):1
  • Subsection/Classification Desc.:Charitable Organization
  • Affiliation Code:3
  • Ruling Date:January, 2014
  • Deductibility Code:1
  • Foundation Code:15
  • Foundation Code Desc.:Organization which receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or the general public 170(b)(1)(A)(vi)
  • Activity Code(s):
  • Activity Code Desc.(s):
  • Organization Code:1 (Corporation)
  • Exempt Org. Status Code:01 (Unconditional Exemption)
  • Tax Period:December, 2016
  • Filing Requirement Category:02 (990 - Required to file Form 990-N - Income less than $25,000 per year)
  • Accounting Period:December
  • NTEE Code:C35
  • Asset Amount:$15,991
  • Asset Code:2 ($10,000 - $24,999)
  • Income Amount:$18,541
  • Income Code:2 ($10,000 - $24,999)
  • 990 Revenue Amount:$18,541
  • Last Updated:2/22/2018 8:40:30 am

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