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PG&E Gives Solar PVs to Schools, Pushes Solar Energy Education

PG&E awarded 25 schools in northern and central California with 1.3 kilowatt solar PV systems. Each system can generate enough electricity to fully power one classroom, potentially saving the schools hundreds of dollars per year.

The awards were part of PG&E’s Solar Schools Program, which aims to bring solar energy education to very good site cialis canda California’s schools. Any school in PG&E’s coverage area can apply for the yearly awards, but schools must agree to send teachers to solar energy education programs, include the systems in classroom curriculum and perform some sort of viagra discussionsdiscount priced viagra community outreach regarding solar energy.

PG&E also awarded nine schools up to $5,000 in grants for solar-based science projects.

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written by Carter, October 24, 2008
Nice to see more schools doing this. Back in 2003, NY did a similar thing.

see: http://www.powernaturally.org/...lt.asp?i=9

and you can even check out the performance of each PV array here!

http://www.sunviewer.net/portals/NYSERDA_SPN/index.html
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written by spfpdx, October 24, 2008
Great post, Megan. The PG&E program is great, but schools don't have to be in California to teach solar energy.

The Bonneville Environmental Foundation has a program called Solar 4R Schools. It has schools in 15 states.

The grants application is here:
http://www.b-e-f.org/grants/renew_intro.shtm

A video about it and a list of schools is here:
http://www.b-e-f.org/renewables/index.shtm#ss
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great action
written by david, October 25, 2008
That is good news.Our future is on next generation.We should educate them on solar energy stuff.
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