Cape Cod Solar Company Donates Solar Panels to Hingham High School

My Generation Energy's 11 solar panels will be incorporated into science curriculum...

DENNIS, MA - After hearing that an issue with a previous solar panel installation took Hingham High School’s solar array offline, Cape Cod-based My Generation Energy donated 11 panels to the school. The panels, which were installed on the roof in February will provide free and clean electricity to the school for the next 25 years.

“We saw an opportunity to give these students the chance to take their learning outside of the classroom and see firsthand how solar energy works,” says Andrew Wade, President and CEO of My Generation Energy. “Solar is a sustainable and affordable energy option that will undoubtedly power our future. We hope this installation will pique the interest of students and help them uncover both personal and professional passions for renewable energy.”

My Generation Energy installed panels from four different solar manufacturers, with output levels ranging from 280-360 watts. The students will have access to the system through an online portal so they can monitor the energy production of the array and understand how the production of the panels varies by season and temperature.

Selecting different brands of solar panels will show how each model performs throughout the year, helping both the students and My Generation Energy understand the differences between each manufacturer. This information will inform the company’s future strategy to ensure the most efficient and productive model is chosen for each individual project.

ABOUT MY GENERATION ENERGY

My Generation Energy is a full-service solar energy company located in South Dennis on Cape Cod, Mass. We are committed to guiding you throughout every step of the process, from the initial site assessment to flipping on the switch to monitoring the system. After you decide what’s best for you, we do the rest. For more information and to learn how affordable and sustainable solar energy can power your home or business, visit www.mygenerationenergy.com.


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