Mennonite Central Committee’s Material Resource Center

Project Brief:

The Mennonite Central Committee had been exploring solar for nearly two years, but needed a solar company that could both manage the project’s physical construction and develop a financially astute business model to ensure the project would meet both its construction budget, and its long-term financial goals.

This 44.85 kW roof array powers approximately 85% of the facility’s needs and was built using local volunteer labor under the guidance of experienced solar project managers.

“We have a strong commitment at MCC to acting sustainably and caring for God’s creation. We appreciate the quality workmanship provided by RER Energy Group on the installation as well as their willingness to work with MCC volunteers to build the solar array.”

Dennis Kready
Maintenance Manager




View These Two Short Drone Videos of Their “Solar Barn Raising” Under Construction:



  • System Size: 44.85 kW
  • Solar Panels: CSUN 320 Watt
  • Racking: ECONORAK