Enviro Brighter Days Ahead
posted by October 14 at 16:09 PMon
Reports the PSBJ:
Seattle is one of 25 U.S. cities that will be studied for its solar power potential, as part of a federal program to speed up America’s adoption of solar energy.
Denver-based CH2M Hill Inc. was given a three-year, $5.5 million contract by the U.S. Department of Energy for the program. The engineering company will be mapping the entire city of Seattle, rooftop by rooftop, which will allow residents to determine how much each individual household could benefit by installing solar energy panels.
Insert cliché line about how Seattle is always cloudy here.
Thanks for the tip, Ben.