Solar Panels installed at UTC’s Challenger Center

This was reported in an article published October 1, 2010 on UTC’s blog at UTC.edu:

Students can see their green fee money at work, converting sunlight into energy. New solar panels have been installed on the roof of the Challenger STEM Learning Center.

Danny West is quoted as saying about the newly installed solar panel array:

“This conversion of sunlight to electricity occurs without moving parts, is silent and pollution free in its operation. It is a renewable energy source that will supply the estimated electrical load for teaching within the Challenger Center,” said Danny West, facilities planning and management.

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2 Responses to “Solar Panels installed at UTC’s Challenger Center”

  1. David The Solar Guy Says:

    Excellent piece of writing, thought it was interesting. I’ll be including your websites to my list of faves, keep up the great articles bud!

  2. Metal Halide Lamp : Says:

    to date, solar panels which generate more than 100Watts are still expensive but hopefully they are getting cheaper each day ;

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