Solar power system at Rippowam Middle School completed – The Advocate

Dec 1st, 2009 | By | Category: Renewables, Solar

rippowamSTAMFORD — The new 882-panel solar power system on the roof of Rippowam Middle School is one of the largest school installations in Connecticut and is expected to generate 15 percent of the Rippowam school’s electricity.

For the next 20 years, it is also expected to reduce the school electricity costs by $8,000, The Norwalk Advocate reported. That number is projected to grow to $40,000 after the end of the city’s contract with Allco/SunEdison, which installed and operates the system.

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