Ohio Public Schools Partner with EDP Renewables to Go Green
Type: Case Study
Categories: Solar, Sourcing Renewables
Date Published: 6/15/2021
Source: EDP Renewables
Primary Topic: Sourcing Renewables
Three Ohio public school districts partnered with EDPR NA Distributed Generation to cut down on energy costs, save over 1,800 metric tons of carbon dioxide annually, and provide unparalleled STEM-related educational opportunities to empower students, teachers, and the neighboring community.
EDPR NA Distributed Generation strives to create lasting relationships with our customers that not only focus on the delivery of cost-effective solar and storage projects but also deliver on educational opportunities and community partnerships that last. From servicing Fortune 100 commercial and industrial (C&I) customers to those in the community solar and in the municipal, university, school, and hospital (MUSH) sector, we provide a full suite of services from design and financing to construction and O&M, implementing the most cutting edge solar, storage, micro-grid, EV charging, and other co-located technologies. EDPR NA Distributed Generation does not just develop 21st-century projects - we create investments that last.
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