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Solar panel system atop Philomath High School will pay for itself — and then some

Corvallis Gazette-Times

Rows of panels line the roof of the Philomath High School gym. For the past month, the photovoltaic system, commonly known as a solar panel system, has been collecting sunlight — and returning energy.

“It generates about 90 kilowatts of electricity an hour,” said Sean Manzo, an electrical foreman for REC Solar out of Portland.

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