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Solar power on the rise at US schools
by Brian Bienkowski
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16 September 2020
On 16 September 2020 Environmental Health News reported:
When Mount Desert Island High School in Maine decided to use solar power, they turned to the students. 'We have a [student] club here that helped with the project, helped choose the installer we'd go with,' principal Matt Haney told EHN. 'They did research on vendors and helped evaluate proposals.' About a year ago the roughly 550-student high school flipped the switch. 'We had no pushback at all on solar panels, especially since this essentially cost us nothing,' Haney said. 'It was a no brainer.' Mount Desert is not alone: Since 2014, the number of K-12 schools in the U.S. using solar power increased by roughly 81 percent -- and now more than 5.3 million children and teens go to a school using solar energy, according to a new report.
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