High Tech High's fifth solar installation will be designed and installed by Sullivan Solar Power. The facility director chose the company out of seven other bids so that 70,000 watts of solar will be installed in October. This project will save the institution more than $1,200,000 over 30 years and eradicate 4,348,000 pounds of greenhouse gas emissions.
"High Tech High is leading the charge for solar energy in San Diego charter schools," said Daniel Sullivan, founder and president of Sullivan Solar Power, "On site solar provides new educational opportunities for students to expand knowledge in science, technology, engineering and mathematics."
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