Thursday, November 6, 2014
Why Haven’t Cities Covered Their Buildings in Solar?
published on ILSR
The city of Beaverton, OR, is
getting a new solar array
that will offset energy use at an underground reservoir, saving taxpayers $95,000 per year, with no upfront cost. Ventura County, VA, has a 1-megawatt
solar array on its jail facility
, that’s cash flow positive. Denver, CO, has nearly 4 megawatts of solar, with
power sold to the city
on contract and no upfront cost.
If cities can cut their energy bills and save energy from day one, what’s standing in the way of a PV pave-over of every public building in America with a suitable roof?
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