The Morris Hills Regional District is a comprehensive regional public-school district that consists of two four-year public high schools serving four suburban communities in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. The school board decide to increase the amount of the solar array on their high schools. The new system – a combined 1.64 MW DC - is made up of 4,377 panels and will generate approximately 2 million kWh of electricity each year. In addition to providing the school district with a substantial reduction in energy costs, the solar system significantly reduces the school’s carbon footprint by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It would take 1,558,122 of burned coal annually to provide the same amount of power.
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