Solar project at Swanton High School nearing completion


Work continued Friday on the solar project at Swanton High School. The solar field is part of a power purchase agreement that includes no upfront cost to the district. Energy costs would be a fixed rate for 30 years, and lower than they are currently. The solar array is 620 kilowatts and would cover just under three acres of land north of the high school.

Work continued Friday on the solar project at Swanton High School. The solar field is part of a power purchase agreement that includes no upfront cost to the district. Energy costs would be a fixed rate for 30 years, and lower than they are currently. The solar array is 620 kilowatts and would cover just under three acres of land north of the high school.


Drew Stambaugh | AIM Media Midwest

Work continued Friday on the solar project at Swanton High School. The solar field is part of a power purchase agreement that includes no upfront cost to the district. Energy costs would be a fixed rate for 30 years, and lower than they are currently. The solar array is 620 kilowatts and would cover just under three acres of land north of the high school.

Work continued Friday on the solar project at Swanton High School. The solar field is part of a power purchase agreement that includes no upfront cost to the district. Energy costs would be a fixed rate for 30 years, and lower than they are currently. The solar array is 620 kilowatts and would cover just under three acres of land north of the high school.
https://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2020/12/web1_solar.jpgWork continued Friday on the solar project at Swanton High School. The solar field is part of a power purchase agreement that includes no upfront cost to the district. Energy costs would be a fixed rate for 30 years, and lower than they are currently. The solar array is 620 kilowatts and would cover just under three acres of land north of the high school. Drew Stambaugh | AIM Media Midwest