Great News about Solar Power in Minnesota


Good News about Solar Power in Minnesota:

Currently, Minnesota’s public schools spend approximately $84 million per year on electricity costs, money diverted from the classroom. But a bill to make clean, local energy accessible now (CLEAN) could help the state’s public schools use solar to zero out their electricity bills and add $193 million per year to their operating budgets.

Read the rest of the article at:

http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/blog/post/2011/03/solar-could-save-minnesota-schools-millions?cmpid=SolarNL-Thursday-March31-2011

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