FireFlower Alternative Energy adds solar to Massachusetts high school

By Kelsey Misbrener FireFlower Alternative Energy has partnered with Xaverian Brothers High School to build a rooftop solar array in Westwood, Massachusetts. The solar array covers approximately 32,000 square feet of rooftop and has a capacity of 326 kilowatts. It will create approximately 378,000 kilowatt hours of electricity annually, enough power to offset nearly 25% of the annual electricity consumption on site.
Xaverian Brothers High School enlisted the expertise of FireFlower Alternative Energy to research, design and implement construction of the project. Entrepreneur Kathleen C. Doyle founded FireFlower Alternative Energy in 2008. Doyle has extensive expertise in solar, wind and biofuel development, combined with

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