Solar Energy for Arizona Schools
As solar energy and “going green” catch on across the nation, it’s no surprise that public schools will begin to embrace renewable energy sources — not only will it lower the cost of utilities in government run institutions for education, it may also influence the parents of the children who attend schools that are at least in part solar powered.
Cooler Planet reports that many of Arizona’s own public education facilities will be embracing solar energy in the not-too-distant future. The incentive is huge — it’s not just a matter of cheapening energy for the state or for the schools — the lower cost of energy will allow for more access to more equipment and tools for Arizona public school students. A tremendous achievement of this nature brought on by solar energy in Arizona proves that the state is ahead of the game when it comes to renewable energy resources while also proving it has a new-found commitment to better education.
As of right now, Cooler Planet reports that the first pioneering school districts will be in both Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona. Adair Solar gives a round of applause to this win-win effort on the part of Arizona government. The choice for solar energy in Arizona will engender long lasting positive results for the children educated in this state while also reducing Arizona’s carbon footprint. Truly a benchmark moment in Arizona’s history.