A 2.9 MW solar project will supply 24% of electricity needs of 10 schools in Virginia

Standard Solar Inc., as a leading solar energy company in the United States, wants to supply the electricity needs of 10 elementary and high schools in Richmond, Virginia and Dominion Energy service area. The total capacity of the 10-site project is 2.9 MW. It is an outstanding example to others to show how they can practically infuse interest in renewable energy, especially solar energy into the schools. 

“Today, more schools around Virginia are getting solar on campus than ever before. And RPS is now in the lead, with the biggest solar power system at any school division in the state,” said Anthony Smith, CEO of Secure Futures. The project is estimated to provide 24% of the school’s power needs.

The appearance of these types of projects in the roofs, facades, and schoolyards arouses our children’s interest in human activities which have the environmental footprints without putting more theoretical effort into learning.

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Source: @Solar_Edition

Photo:@rvaschools, @CleanTechnica, & @Solar_Edition

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