NWTC Students “Solarize” the Kress Library

Posted on September 19, 2011. Filed under: General |


From an article written by Casey Fryda on the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College website

NWTC Solar Energy Technology students helped a library in De Pere adopt solar energy.

Students in the Photovoltaics – Design and Site class evaluated the site of the Kress Library and presented recommendations for including solar energy panels in the library’s energy system.

Under the instruction of instructor Michael Troge, the students met with library staff, collected information on energy use at the facility, and performed a solar site assessment. They used the information they collected to put together proposals for solar systems on the building. These proposals included specifications and cost estimates. They also made a presentation to the Library Board of Directors.

NWTC was one of several partners in the project. The story below was provided by the Center for Sustainability Living at Kress; the Brown County Library; and SEEDs for De Pere, which is part of the De Pere Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

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