Sequim Installs Solar Panels on High School Roof
Sequim High School, in Sequim, Washington, has received a state grant for $25,000 to green up their roof. Bill Seabolt, a retired engineer who teaches the same at the school, is leading the project that installed 10 new solar panels on the roof. Excess power is to be sold back to the Clallam County Public Utility District grid. Having only spent $20,000 on the endeavor, the remainder was used to purchase an energy module with a solar array, wind-powered generator and fuel cells.
Seabolt righfully claims, "There's a lot more out there than auto shop. I'm trying to expand their horizons."
Via Peninsula Daily News
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Posted by Sheila Franklin at January 20, 2010 9:10 PM