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Black Rock Solar, Lower Income Solar Energy Pilot Program In Nevada, & Open Energy

Originally published on CleanTechnica. Four elementary schools serving low-income communities in northern Nevada will blossom with greener classrooms. Classrooms with purer air and more direct exposure to solar panels and solar careers in the 21st-century studies. A recent press release shares that Nevada-based Black Rock Solar, a non-profit organization, is working with Open Energy, a commercial solar […]

February 28th

Copenhagen International School To Feature Solar-Powered Classrooms

Denmark will soon feature remarkable solar-powered classrooms at the Copenhagen International School. According to press information, “The new CIS Campus combines modern architecture with sustainability, IB pedagogy and age-appropriate design for students aged 3 to 19. The school is expected to open in January 2017 with a capacity of 1,200 students.” Denmark-based C.F. Møller Architects […]

July 25th

$5.6 Million In Electricity Savings At California Schools In 2012 Thanks To Solar Power

World-leading solar panel manufacturer SunPower has installed solar power systems at 92 California public schools (K-12). In 2012, the total savings from these solar power systems came to $5.6 million, SunPower announced this week at the California’s Coalition for Adequate School Housing  (C.A.S.H.) annual conference in Sacramento. “Over the next 25 years, SunPower solar power systems are […]

March 1st