Harrisonburg Low-Income Housing to Use Solar Power

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The company will install solar panels on the roof of the building. The panels will generate a total 34 kilowatts of electricity.

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Great, make the residents pitch in to help install them.
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C-Ville Patriot wrote:
Great, make the residents pitch in to help install them.
I actually agree with you ( can't believe it }
excellent opportunity for job training, it should be mandated
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Power to the people.

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May 23, 2013
 
huck wrote:
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I actually agree with you ( can't believe it }
excellent opportunity for job training, it should be mandated
Thanks, I did actually mean that to be a learning op for the residents. It may have sounded sarcastic but that wasn't my intention. Maybe there's a kid there that finds a moment of passion who may one day start his own company that installs solar panels.

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