PEG Energy is donating a photovoltaic system to the School of Mary Help of Christians

PEG Energy is proud to announce the generous donation from its owner, Alvaro Pequeño, of a state-of-the-art solar system to the School of Mary Help of Christians in Laredo.

The donation represents a significant step towards sustainability and energy reliability for this valued institution.

The solar donation is consistent with PEG Energy’s mission to promote renewable energy solutions and reflects the company’s commitment to community service. The solar array will not only help reduce the school’s carbon footprint, but will also provide a more reliable and sustainable source of energy for its daily operations.

The benefits of donating to the solar system include:

“We are excited to support Mary Help of Christians School with a donation to the solar system,” Pequeño said. “Our goal is not only to provide clean energy, but also to inspire the next generations to value sustainability and innovation. We believe this donation will have a lasting impact on the school and the entire community.”

Sister Rosann Ruiz, principal of Mary Help of Christians, shared her gratitude.

“We are extremely grateful to Alvaro Pequeño and PEG Energy for their generous donation,” said Ruiz. “This solar system will greatly benefit our school by reducing costs, supporting our environmental goals and providing our students with a valuable educational tool. This is a wonderful gift that will help us continue our mission to educate and nurture young minds in Laredo.”

PEG Energy’s contribution to the School of Mary Help of Christians underscores the company’s commitment to supporting sustainable communities and empowering educational institutions through innovative energy solutions. This donation represents a significant milestone in the ongoing partnership between PEG Energy and the Laredo community.