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Solar Power Project approved by Board of Education; work to begin Spring 2017

on November 17, 2016

Solar power will reduce the District’s energy costs by an approximate average of $244,000 per year over 18 years

In July 2015, after nearly a year of research, discussions and meetings, the Warwick Valley Central School District Board of Education approved initial plans to study the building of a solar field on approximately 10 acres of excess property on the campus of Sanfordville Elementary School.

At the November 2016 meeting of the Board, after an additional year+ of study, review and applications, board members voted to approve the project, which is expected to break ground in the spring of 2017.

More about the 2.419 MW-DC Solar Power project. 


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