Seneca Environmental Interns Help Power Our Success

As the Seneca Environmental team grows, we’re fortunate to have the support of an outstanding group of interns.

Seneca Solar Is Now Seneca Environmental

Seneca Solar is changing our name to Seneca Environmental, to better reflect the breadth and scope of our work.


How Agrivoltaics Supports Renewable Energy, Preserves Farmland, and Boosts Food Production

At Seneca Solar, we go beyond what’s standard in renewable energy projects to achieve Earth-healing benefits — we call these “+1s.” One of the ways to incorporate +1s is to site solar projects on farms, in a practice known as agrivoltaics.

CHERP solar factory workers

How nonprofit CHERP Solar Works is empowering underserved communities across the U.S.

The U.S. has largely given up on the idea that we can produce solar in our own country, but nonprofit CHERP Solar Works has set out to change this — in a way that promotes equity and justice.