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Town of Chevy Chase
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10/23/2015 10:52:32 AM
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Solar and Advanced Energy Initiative

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Montgomery County recently installed solar panels on the Jane E. Lawton Community Recreation Center as part of its Solar and Advanced Energy Initiative. This initiative involves the installation of solar panels at 14 county-owned buildings and facilities, with the Lawton Center being the pilot site. Collectively, the solar panels will generate approximately 6 million kilowatt-hours each year – enough to power nearly 600 average size homes. The County will realize significant savings from the move to clean solar, with combined project savings expected to be approximately $11 million dollars over the next 20 years.  

We want to thank the many Town residents who helped make this possible, including past members of the Climate and Environment Committee, past mayors and Council members and the Common Cents Solar Cooperative. The Co-op, founded by Kirk Renaud and Ketch Ryan, was dedicated to helping neighbors put solar on homes, schools, and community centers like ours.

Al Lang
Mayor

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Montgomery County recently installed solar panels on the Jane E. Lawton Community Recreation Center as part of its Solar and Advanced Energy Initiative. This initiative involves the installation of solar panels at 14 county-owned buildings and facilities, with the Lawton Center being the pilot site. Collectively, the solar panels will generate approximately 6 million kilowatt-hours each year – enough to power nearly 600 average size homes. The County will realize significant savings from the move to clean solar, with combined project savings expected to be approximately $11 million dollars over the next 20 years.

We want to thank the many Town residents who helped make this possible, including past members of the Climate and Environment Committee, past mayors and Council members and the Common Cents Solar Cooperative. The Co-op, founded by Kirk Renaud and Ketch Ryan, was dedicated to helping neighbors put solar on homes, schools, and community centers like ours.

Al Lang

Mayor

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