Construction begins on two solar projects for Indiana school district


Ameresco has started construction on two ground-mount solar arrays for Hamilton Southeastern Schools in Fishers.

The two projects will power three of the district’s schools. The solar panels at Sand Creek Elementary and Intermediate Schools have a projected annual output of 1,492,919 kWh and those at HSE Intermediate and Junior High with another 892,681 kWh, Solar Power World Online reports.

“By taking steps to integrate solar power into its energy portfolio, Hamilton Southeastern Schools will provide more comfortable, cost efficient learning environments for its students and teaching staff,” Ameresco executive vice-president Lou Maltezos said. “We are thrilled to be their partner in this endeavor and help them complete this project in a budget-neutral way.”


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