N.B. Tests Solar Power Potential On Schools And Educates Next Generation Of Energy Consumers

Feb 4, 2019

The nice thing when you’re putting these types of arrays or anything like this onto a school is you got young minds. You got people who are going to be growing with this and learning about this because we need that for the future.

Sarah Barrie, NexGen Energy Services

The Gaia Project has plans to work with NexGen Energy Services to engage students on energy topics and solar panels. What a great opportunity for hands-on learning!

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