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Brighter Future: A Study on Solar in U.S. Schools is the first nationwide assessment of how solar energy helps to power schools in communities across America. Most importantly, the report shows that thousands of schools are already cutting their utility bills by choosing solar, using the savings to pay for teacher salaries and textbooks. What’s more, the report estimates that more than 70,000 additional schools would benefit by doing the same. View full report>>

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A 31 kW system at Rainshadow Charter School in Reno, NV. (Photo: Black Rock Solar) 

A 5,750 kW solar project in Plympton, MA, that powers Plymouth Public Schools.
(Photo: Greg M. Cooper / Borrego Solar)

A 150 kW system at Robinson Elementary School in Starksboro, Vermont.
(Photo: AllEarth Renewables / Trent Campbell, Addison Independent)

A 6 kW system at Doolen Middle School in Tucson, AZ.
(Photo: Technicians for Sustainability)

A 416 kW system at Analy High School in Sebastopol, CA.
(Photo: SunPower)

A 135 kW system at Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe High School in Nixon, NV.
(Photo: Black Rock Solar)

A 26 kW grid tied photovoltaic array for Good Will-Hinckley school in Hinckley, Maine, installed as a power purchase agreement.
(Photo: ReVision Energy)

The Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida has a 15 million BTU/day solar pool heating installation.
(Photo: Solar Source)

The Scottsdale Unified School District in Scottsdale, Arizona installed more than 2 MW of solar
across four school sites to lock in years of future energy. (Photo: SolarCity)

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