Solar deal means more meals for Second Harvest
Nashville-based Silicon Ranch asked Second Harvest to install solar panels on its roof at no cost.
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#1 Mar 4, 2012
""Each year that we harness this energy we will be able to provide, at minimum, 480,000 meals into our 46-county service area as a result," Kennard said. She says around 15,000 meals each year are currently distributed: "Adding half a million to that is significant.""
These guys must have some electric bill. To be able to use the money saved to go from 15K meals a year to 480K meals a year is significant. Imagine being able to actually use their monetary donations to complete the job they set out to do.
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