Albuquerque to switch to solar

March 6th, 2012 at 1:15 pm by under Latest Posts

The city of Albuquerque is saving $44,000 a year on its bills by switching to solar.

Mayor R.J. Berry unveiled 1,000 new solar panels that are powering three city buildings; the Fire Academy, Westside Animal Shelter and the Air Quality Control offices.

The $1 million project was paid for by federal energy grants.

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One Response to “Albuquerque to switch to solar”

  1. Thanks for the news. FYI for everyone, Ontility is going to be in Albuquerque for a solar PV training. Here’s the link for the info: http://www.ontility.com/training/registration?class_id=461 and here’s the press release: http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/partner/ontility/news/article/2012/04/free-solar-pv-training-for-unemployed-us-military-veterans.

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