Dan Weeks gives the Dover City Council an overview of how a power purchase agreement would work for solar array installations on the top of the new high school and career technical center, and the Dover Indoor Pool and Children’s Museum of New Hampshire. Photo and caption courtesy Brian Early of Fosters.com.

Via Fosters.com,  Two solar arrays were unanimously approved by Dover City Council on Wednesday, July 12th. Both projects will come with no upfront cost, through a Power Purchase Agreement with ReVision Energy. The larger of the two projects will be built on the new Dover High School & Career Technical Center:

The proposed system is engineered to produce 1.5 million kWh of solar electricity annually, about 40 percent of the high school’s projected load, according to the PPA approved by the council. Part of the agreement with ReVision includes an educational component to get high school students involved in learning about energy and how the system works.