Solar School

Senator Bernie Sanders announced today the launch the largest solar energy project at a Vermont public school. The Camels Hump Middle School in Richmond will develop a massive array of solar photovoltaic cells to serve as a statewide model. Sanders secured more than $260,000 to help establish a 75-kilowatt array of solar photovoltaic cells. “This project will not only help Camels Hump Middle School reduce its electric bill and carbon footprint, but will be a major step forward in moving our state toward a greener economy which relies more and more on sustainable energy,” Sanders said.