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Lake Stevens Journal September 28, 2011 Page 3 Lake Stevens High School gets solar poWer JOURNAL STAFF Green power will come to Lake Ste— vens High School this fall! The district received a PUD grant through their Planet Power program which will provide for the installation of a solar photo-voltaic (PV) array panel. The panel will be placed on the roof of the Performing Arts Center and will generate approximately 5,500 kilowatt- hours (KWh)of energy per year. Jessica Mitchell, Customer Renew— abIes Program Manager; stated that the energy grant program is provided through monthly donations from PUD rate payers. Lake Stevens is one of four projects that are being granted this year out of 39 applications. She also commented that the application, submitted by the dis- amount of power generated through I the panels. Information will also be available on the PUD and district’s websites. The grant provides The program will provide for a kiosk and renewable energy education curriculum trict’s Energy Educa- tion Specialist Barb Ossowski was a stel- lar application. In addition to pro- for the installation of the solar'array by the Bonneville Environ- mental Foundation, along with the kiosk, viding a solar array, the program will pro- vide for a kiosk and for students. curriculum and sig— nage. The project comes at no cost to the district. The solar energy grant is yet an— other way that the district is working to save energy and work towards a renewable energy education curricu— lum for students. The kiosk will show details of the greener environment. Energy conservation programs are in their seCond year and the district has reduced its energy impact by an amount equal to removing over 500 cars from the road for a year. In addition, the district has avoided spending over $660,000 in energy costs since the program’s inception. The district is an Energy Star Partner and continues to exceed their 10 percent reduction goal in the PUD Energy Chal- lenge. The district will be recognized by Energy Education with its Energy Paces- etter Award for positive environmental impacts at the September 28 board meeting. project as well as instant data on the GRANITE FALLS NOW 15 the Tune for HEATED AND RV STORAGE .Gun Club Old'ngh School GRANITEFALIS HEATEDAHDRVSTORAGI ¥ 0 Quality climate controlled Mini Storage Mountain Loop Hwy I Bypass { 3 Forced Air Furnaces - Coded Gate - Cameras .X 0 Unit Sizes Up to 12 x 30 V Heated 5x8 Units $55/mo ‘ Covered RV Spaces (30’ roof) $110/mo MOVE IN SPECIAL . PAY 3 MONTHS, GET 1 MONTH FREE Best prices and value on any type of storage. 3 I -6100 Quarry Rd 6: Mt. 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