Boxes containing the panels have been stacked on skids in two areas near the school building
GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 30, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)—The Cold Springs Grade School will soon be receiving their electrical energy from solar panels. Pallets containing the panels have been stacked two high and three deep on the school property. There are approximately 78 boxes of the panels which were made in Malaysia according to the writing on the side of the boxes.
The cost for installation of the solar panels and how much money will be saved by going solar is not known at this time. The contractor is National Energy Partners of Voorhees, NJ.
National Energy Partners (NEP) is a nationally renowned solar energy development company dedicated to bringing clean, renewable energy to businesses, according to their website NEPsolar.com With over 10 years of experience in the solar industry, National Energy Partners has worked with commercial, industrial, educational, and government customers to successfully help them renew their commitment to their communities, defray soaring energy costs, and increase usage of environmentally friendly resources. Their portfolio includes over $80 million of projects with more in development.
The school was built in the 90's at cost of $20 million. Later a gym and a pre-school addition was added to the grade school for another $20 million or thereabout.
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The panels were made in Malaysia
The contractor, National Energy Partners, has placed billboards with their name at the Cold Springs School and at Gloucester City High school.
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