By Andrew Pillow
Rising energy costs have left a lot of schools scrambling to lower operating costs. One school district has found a solution, Solar Power.
Sheridan Community Schools has begun to install solar panels. Sheridan, is a small, rural district with just a little over 1000 students.
The deal will cost the school district around $4.3 million in loans, but is expected to save them around $4 million to $5 million over the next 20 years. This is mainly due to the fact that their energy cost are now fixed and already accounted for in the initial $4.3 million dollar loan.
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