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"Solar array will make Oregon Tech nearly energy independent"

An array of solar panels installed at Oregon Institute of Technology will provide power for the school and save it an estimated $3.3 million in energy costs over the next 25 years.


An array of solar panels installed at Oregon Institute of Technology will provide power for the school and save it an estimated $3.3 million in energy costs over the next 25 years. With a large portion of its energy already supplied by an on-site geothermal plant, the addition of solar panels will make OIT the only campus in the world to generate most of its power from alternative energy, said Oregon University System Director of Communications Diane Saunders.

 
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