By Kelly Pickerel In an effort to take steps toward global sustainability, Suffolk Cooperative Library System (SCLS) has decided to add a solar power generating system to its building’s rooftop. The Bellport-based library system will source clean, renewable energy from the sun and reduce their building’s energy costs significantly for years to come.
The new solar powered electricity-generating system designed and installed by SUNation Solar Systems will be comprised of 450 solar panels and 6 inverters, and has a projected annual production of 186,000 kWh, saving the association an estimated $29,760 per year in electricity costs.
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