San Jose Mercury News
Chevron representatives pitched the project, which, they said, could net the district more than $2 million in rebates during the next five years, as well as an estimated $700,000 annually in savings on utility bills.
A dozen schools could be in line for solar panels, most likely installed on top of carports and shade structures that would be built for the purpose. The project could cost as much as $12 million, officials said. A variety of financing options could be tapped, including going to voters with a school bond.