As always, several substantial county issues remain in play during the final days of the 2015 General Assembly session, which ends at midnight Monday evening. The state's budget and overall fiscal plan remain unresolved, with widespread uncertainty on its final effects for school funding, program open space, drug treatment, among many other unsettled matters.
The 2.5 megawatt solar energy system that will supply electricity to the Cecil County Public School System is now complete. The Cecil County School of Technology's solar system is designed to produce more energy than the on-site facility needed. Under aggregated net metering, other buildings owned by the Cecil County Board of Education can share the output of these solar systems, even if they are not physically connected to them or are on a different meter.
"Standard Solar (MACo Silver Partner) is excited to be working with Cecil County Public Schools and SunEdison to make this project a reality," said Scott Wiater, President of Standard Solar. "We're always honored to work on projects like this which benefit students and teachers." (Read more)
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