Celebrate the Willard School’s New Solar Photovoltaic System!
A new solar photovoltaic (PV) system on the roof of the Town of Concord’s Willard School began generating electricity for the school in September. The system has already generated enough electricity to operate a TV for over 35,000 hours. It has saved the Town almost $1,000 and reduced the greenhouse gases emitted in order to provide electricity to the school by more than 4 tons.
Join us for an Open House at the Willard School on November 16th from 2 – 4pm to celebrate our new solar PV system!
- Touch a solar panel.
- Watch a video about how the PV system was installed on the Willard’s roof.
- Learn to use a website that allows you to see how much electricity our new solar PV system generates during the Open House. And how to check on what the system is doing any time of the day – from your home or office!
- Have cider and donuts.
For more information, contact:
Energy Conservation Coordinator
Concord Municipal Light Plant