Virginia schools have seen the light, and it’s solar

Read the full story in the Washington Post.

Millennials and members of Generation Z acknowledge in greater numbers than their forebears that humans contribute to climate change. In recent years, high school students across Fairfax County, Va., have lobbied local officials to install solar panels at schools — a movement that struck success when the Fairfax County School Board approved plans in January to install the panels at three schools.

Weeks later, county officials decided to evaluate 200 buildings, most of which are schools, to determine whether they, too, could be suited for solar technology.

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