Indoor Biotechnologies uses LEAP funding to install rooftop solar

By Kelsey Misbrener 450 panels on the historic building—the Silk Mills. Photo courtesy of Sigora Solar.
It’s a regular occurrence for Indoor Biotechnologies to break new ground when it comes to allergens, but when the city of Charlottesville and a consortium of energy and financial providers offered low cost solar power, the company leaped at the chance to install a new 155.250-kW photovoltaic energy system.
And, instead of a groundbreaking to hail the solar installation at the historic Silk Mills building, Indoor Biotechnologies hosted a “Skybreaking” ceremony to celebrate its new ability to harness the sun for electricity.
The event marks one of the first PV

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