Denison University in Granville is building a 10-acre, 2.3 MW solar array– for business reasons. Jeremy King, the university’s sustainability coordinator and community liaison, says the new solar array will generate about 10% of Denison’s energy use. This solar array will not only offset Denison’s carbon footprint by about 15%, but it will also provide the University with predictable electricity rates that are expected to be lower than energy purchased from the grid. The solar array will make Denison more sustainable while simultaneously saving the University money that can then be used to invest in students and improve infrastructure.
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