Brightening up Albuquerque through Community
Osceola Energy Solar is New Mexico True. We attend events, support non-profit organizations, and work to make our communities stronger. We are more than just a company. We are individuals and families who live in and contribute to the communities where we operate. We recognize, encourage, and support our employees who participate in community event.
In addition to our volunteer and community outreach programs, Osceola Energy is involved with following organizations, including:
- Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce
- Hispano Chamber of Commerce
- Better Business Bureau
- REIA New Mexico
- New Mexico Solar Energy Association (NMSEA)
Call Osceola Energy Solar and Electrical Contracting for an Albuquerque Electrician that cares about your community 505.850.8863
Menaul School - Off Grid Solar Generator
Osceola Energy was approached by Menaul School for a power option for their new Hydroponics garden to grow food for their school lunch program. Osceola ENergy donated a complete off grid solar generator that runs the water pumps for the system carbon free.
Victory Outreach In Albuquerque
Osceola Energy got involved with Victory Outreach, a faith-based rehabilitation center, when one of our electricians mentioned their building was in need of restoration. They had serious electrical hazards from exposed wiring and a service panel that could not support the heating units used in the building. We donated the permits and materials needed to bring the building up to code and create better living conditions for those residing in the house and donated the time to complete the project. This story was featured recently in the Albuquerque Journal and KOB4 'Pay It 4Ward".
To donate or to find out how you can help, please contact Victory Outreach at 505-506-2003 or visit www.voabq.org.
American Red Cross of New Mexico Smoke Alarm Installations
Osceola Energy believes strongly in the importance of electrical fire safety prevention and implementation of life saving smoke alarms. Osceola Energy - Solar & Electrical Contractors teamed up with the American Red Cross of New Mexico to install free smoke alarms in Albuquerque homes that could not afford them. In addition to installing smoke alarms, our Albuquerque electrical staff educated the homeowners on the importance of fire preparedness and electrical safety concerns throughout the home.
Clean Energy at the Albuquerque Downtown Growers Market
Osceola Energy has partnered with the Albuquerque Downtown Growers Market to bring clean renewable energy via our solar generator for the 2015 season - their longest season yet! Come enjoy the food, artists, and entertainment every Sunday starting April 18th. Learn more about the Albuquerque Downtown Growers Market.
New this year! We are now at the Sunset Market in the Downtown Civic Plaza. A beautiful surrounding, later hours, and a great place to hang out and see everything that Albuquerque small businesses have to offer; Sunset Market has it all. Come join us every Wednesday. Follow us on Facebook and find #SunsetMarket for up to date info.
Our solar generator is available for your next event! Find out more about the great benefits of our solar generator here.
Osceola Energy Teaching Future New Mexico Solar Installers
Osceola Energy was asked to speak to Rio Rancho Elementary School Students about their nationwide science project; designing a solar powered car. Osceola Energy sat down with with the New Mexico students to discuss how solar pv works, and to help guide them in their research. If you are interested in having Osceola Energy speak at your school, organization, or event, please contact us. We are always willing to share our knowledge of New Mexico solar, wind, and energy efficient best practices.
1st Wind Turbine for High School Educational Program in New Mexico
After two years of hard work and a lot of dedication from great people, Osceola Energy broke ground on a Wind Turbine for a High School Educational program. The Wind Turbine is located in Clayton New Mexico to help foster education for the growing wind farm market in New Mexico. We are proud of this accomplishment and the opportunity it will bring to the students in this rural New Mexico area. Job growth now and tomorrow are an important part of helping the community grow economically and educationally strong.
Duke City BMX Park in Albuquerque
Osceola Energy understands that even large complexes need electrical work donated to keep facilities safe. While working at the Albuquerque City BMX Park Improvements Project, Osceola Energy learned about some other small electrical repairs needed. Osceola Energy volunteered time and materials to fix an unsafe overhead light above the BMX track. The sound system also needed work as well as fixing an outlet within the concessions to keep volunteers safe during events. Osceola Energy is proud to help the kids and dedicated community members that are committed to having a world class BMX facility in Albuquerque NM.