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June 24, 2013

Fourth Grade Class in North Carolina Goes Solar

Earlier this spring you may have read about a fourth grade class in Durham, North Carolina, that had its own Kickstarter campaign so they could make their classroom solar-powered.

Well they met their goal, and now the Department of Energy has a fantastic video of how the class did it, and they caught the moment they turned the light on for the first time since becoming solar-powered.

 

That's the kind of clean energy news we especially love - young people leading the way beyond dirty fuels!

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