Schools, hospitals and businesses are used to screwing in LED lightbulbs or buying “green power” from their utility. But these have limited impact on the climate. Fortunately, it’s easy to do things that make a bigger difference.
Electric school buses are hitting the streets quickly. When they come to your school, commit to powering them with solar energy.
After years of waiting, solar at no upfront cost has now come to North Carolina. Schools can especially benefit. Our webinar will interest facilities managers, administrators and anyone at K-12 schools who cares about clean energy.
Four students from our program Throwing Solar Shade® presented their research at the Solar Decathlon, an event sponsored by the Department of Energy.
The small city of Harrisonburg is a leader in solar power within Virginia. Much of the credit goes to the city’s Mennonite community. Now, they’re doing even more.