Energy. Community. Education.

GreenWorks Development is committed to creating positive, sustainable change in energy systems, in its community, and in education.

  • In ENERGY SYSTEMS, GreenWorks is focused on innovative, cost-effective solar energy solutions for educational, public, non-profit and commercial users.
  • In COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT, GreenWorks is redeveloping a nine-block section of Midtown Harrisburg as a live, work, play and learn community driven by renewable energy systems and education.
  • In EDUCATION, GreenWorks is helping to found the PA STEAM Academy, a tuition-free bricks-and-mortar K – 8 charter school that will change the way education looks and works in the city of Harrisburg and in the region.

Susquehanna Township had the distinct privilege of working with the teams at SRE and Greenworks Development in the design, financing, and construction of a roof-mounted PV system at three locations. The system is anticipated to produce roughly 85% of the Township’s electricity demand through renewable means...

Dave Kratzer, Township Manager,Susquehanna Township
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GreenWorks Development Initiatives

Solar Energy Development

GreenWorks has been involved in solar energy research and development since 2008. In its commercial solar development, GreenWorks partners with Solar Renewable Energy, LLC, of Mechanicsburg, PA, a CPA-driven commercial solar development company. Together, GWD and SRE offer innovative, cost-effective solar solutions to their customers.

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Community Development

Since 2005, GreenWorks has been involved in the comprehensive redevelopment of nine-block area of Midtown Harrisburg to help spur the revitalization of the city. Renewable energy systems and educational initiatives are key pieces of that redevelopment effort. To date, over 200,000 square feet of space has been either fully rehabilitated or built new.

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Educational Development

GreenWorks has emphasized educational development from the start of its Midtown Harrisburg community development efforts in 2005. Over the last several years it has helped to found the Pennsylvania STEAM Academy, a K-8 bricks-and-mortar charter school slated to open in the fall of 2020 in the GreenWorks Midtown II Academic Building. The school’s goal is to strengthen the fabric of education in the city and in the region.

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