August 27 -- By the time students return to Cape Cod Community College in September, they could be working under lights powered by the sun. A large solar farm, several smaller photovoltaic arrays and an innovative wind energy project installed over the past five months on the college's West Barnstable campus are expected to save more than $100,000 a year in electricity costs, according to college officials. >>View Article
Monday, 27 August 2012 11:27
Green Energy For [ACORE Member] Cape Cod Community CollegeWritten by Sam Foley
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