Plug gets pulled on most of Groton’s deal for solar panels | The DayNov 8th, 2011 | By Environmental Headlines -- CT environmental news | Category: General
A deal the town signed in the spring that would have allowed it to generate electricity and, by doing so, save money on its electric bills, went away last month.
In April, DCS Energy of South Glastonbury and the town agreed, in 10 separate contracts, that DCS would install, free of charge, 11 photovoltaic solar electric systems on several town-owned buildings and schools, including two at Robert E. Fitch High School. Now, only the Noank firehouse remains in line to receive solar panels, the company said.
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