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What happens when schools go solar?
by Josie Garthwaite
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2 May 2019
On 2 May 2019 Stanford University News reported:
Sunshine splashing onto school rooftops and campuses across the country [United States] is an undertapped resource that could help shrink electricity bills, new research suggests. Rooftop solar projects at schools could reduce harmful air pollution, help the environment, and enhance student learning while cutting electricity costs, a new study finds.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Not surprisingly, the study finds three large, sunny states -- Texas, California, and Florida -- have the greatest potential for generating electricity from solar panels on school rooftops... Meanwhile, residents in midwestern states including Wisconsin and Ohio stand to see the biggest reductions in key air pollutants -- and costs associated with addressing related health effects -- if schools switch from the grid to solar power.
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