To make the biggest long-term impact we can, we focus on supporting education. There’s no better way to change people’s lives than to change their futures, and we want to do our part.

From scholarships to school supply drives, we work to provide children with the tools they need to get ahead.

We’ve been proud contributors to a variety of scholarship programs in our service areas, and in 2016, we introduced the Infinite Energy STEAM Scholarship.

We offer two $2,500 scholarships in Gwinnett County, Georgia and another two $2,500 scholarship in Alachua County, Florida. Both are open to graduating seniors who plan to enroll in an undergraduate course of study in science, technology, engineering, fine arts or mathematics.

Know someone who qualifies? Find more information on the options for Gwinnett County here, and more for Alachua County here.

Most of our education initiatives center on the STEAM fields of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.

Each of the STEAM fields contributes to a well-rounded education and helps build a strong foundation for the next generation of innovators.

In 2015, Infinite Energy contributed $10,000 to Alachua County Public Schools’ STEAM and robotics programs and will make the same contribution for five years for a total of $50,000.

With Infinite Energy Center in Duluth, we have close ties with Gwinnett County. Every year, we contribute $5 to the Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation for each home or business we serve in the county.

Since 2015, we’ve contributed more than $88,000!

A portion of this has been used in robotics competitions across 69 schools. In 2016, Infinite Energy introduced a grant specifically for STEAM projects. The Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation received applications from all over the county for projects that educators can’t cover through their regular budgets.

All employees get eight hours of paid volunteer time every year so they can personally give back.

And with that time, we participate in mentorship groups. We judge science fairs and build robots and even teach financial literacy in the classroom. We color with kindergartners and teach interview skills to high schoolers.

Since we started tracking this program in 2014, employees have served more than 1,000 hours!

If your educational organization could use some volunteers, let us know.

Submit your request here

We want to help people access the resources they need to get ahead, and that starts with what we can do for our own employees.

Through our tuition reimbursement program, employees who take classes for college credit can receive up to $1,500 per year.

Since we started tracking this in 2011, we’ve contributed $356,005.64 for employees who have successfully completed their college courses.

Energy can be a big part of expenses for homes and businesses alike, and we want to help. Learn more about the charges on your bill and what they cover. And save money on your bills with tips on conserving more energy and resources for energy assistance.

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We know everyone struggles with bills from time to time, and energy assistance programs can help.

For more information on programs available near you, check your state below.

Georgia

  • GA Dept of Human Resources (EAP) — (800) 869-1150
  • LIHEAP — (404) 656-6696
  • United Way — 211

Texas

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Many of our home solutions center on energy conservation. So we donate hours and products to conservation programs.

And with lights that turn off automatically and solar-covered parking, Infinite Energy works to help protect the environment while at the office.

In 2016, Infinite Energy built a solar-covered parking canopy at company headquarters. At 21,793 square feet, the canopy will generate more than 525,000 kilowatt hours each year. That’s enough to power 41 Florida homes!

Infinite Energy uses all of the solar power it produces to power its main building on campus. Not only is the canopy great for the environment, but it provides shaded parking on warm summer days.

LED bulbs use less electricity, produce less heat and can reduce your energy use by up to 85 percent.

Plus they can last up to 22 years, which is up to 4 times longer than CFL bulbs and up to 35 times longer than incandescent bulbs.

Widespread use of LEDs in the U.S. over the next 20 years would prevent the need for 40 new power plants and cut carbon emissions by 258 million metric tons. LEDs are less toxic and 100 percent recyclable.

Best of all, you can conveniently order your LED bulbs through Infinite Energy.

The Nest Learning Thermostat™ makes it easy to save on electricity. That’s because it programs itself to save up to 15 percent on heating and cooling costs.

And its convenient Eco Temperatures feature means you’ll never waste energy heating or cooling an empty house.

Reducing your electricity usage isn’t just better for your pocketbook. It’s better for the environment, too.

Caring for the environment starts with what we do every day at our own offices.

So we have recycling programs for paper, plastic and aluminum. We have automatic sensors to turn off lights when no one is in the room. We keep computers on sleep when not in use so they use less electricity and extend the lives of our machines.

And we planted trees all around the walking trails and picnic benches at our main offices to give people the chance to enjoy the outdoors without ever leaving the campus.

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Gwinnett County Graduates Move to Next Chapter

On July 6, 2017 | 0 Comments
Each year, Infinite Energy awards two $2,500 college scholarships to Gwinnett County graduates planning to pursue STEAM fields.
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On June 2, 2017 | 0 Comments
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- Darin C.