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Mt. Ararat High School | Topsham ME

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ReVision Energy installed a 633kW solar rooftop array on the roof of Mt. Ararat High School in Topsham, Maine. Mt. Ararat will be offsetting almost all of their electric bill - including that used for the geothermal heat pumps. Comprised of 1,687 REC panels, the array will offset over 714,000 lbs of carbon annually. That's the equivalent of removing 111 passenger cars from the road every year, or planting 8,300 trees.

The solar will be incorporated into classroom activities, and there will be interpretive and educational signage in the school, as well as an online Energy Dashboard showing students the solar's production in real-time. 

The project was installed under a power purchase agreement, so there is no upfront cost to the School District. Under a PPA, an investor owns the solar array and sells electricity to the School District at a discounted price. The solar system is projected to save Mt. Ararat's school district $800,000 in energy costs over the next 25 years.

Learn more about the school's solar project on our blog. 

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