Solar panels will help power Arizona high school

March 17, 2010
Sedona Red Rock High will get half its power supplied from solar farm

From The Sedona Red Rock News: Sedona Red Rock High School in Sedona, Ariz.,is going to take advantage of the sun’s energy by creating a solar panel farm to power nearly half of what the school uses. The school will install enough panels this spring to supply more than 800,000 watts of power. The solar system will be paid for with money from a $73.5 million bond Sedona voters approved in 2007.

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