Sustainability.

Year In Review.

2021 was a year of big change for Elevation. Amidst this growth and change, we also decided to deepen our commitment to have greater positive impact on our environment, our community, and our employees.

Read Elevation's 2021 Impact Report →
On A Mission To Make An Impact.

The largest source of carbon emissions are from the fossil fuels used to generate electricity. At Elevation, we believe we all have a responsibility to use our electricity wisely. That’s why we go beyond solar to create an Elevated Home.

An Elevated Home not only produces new, clean energy, but it is smarter too: reducing the overall energy needed. As a result, our Elevated Homes have a smaller environmental footprint through lower carbon usage.

In 2021, Elevation’s customers helped to avoid 57,979 tons of CO2 or the equivalent of: 

  • 2.5 million trash bags

    of waste recycled instead of landfilled

  • 146 million miles

    not driven

  • 6.5 million gallons

    of gasoline not used

Source: EPA GreenHOUSE GAS Equivalencies Calculator
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