January 18, 2021 • Stringr Media

Schools go solar to cut utility bills
In Batesville, Arkansas, the schools were strapped for cash, struggling to pay teachers. Fueling their schools with solar energy has left them with a huge cash surplus that has been used to significantly raise teachers’ salaries. They're not alone, over 7,000 schools across the U.S. have moved to solar energy to cut their utility bills. Source by: Stringr

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