HD Woodson high school showcases robust solar project

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WASHINGTON, DC - DC mayor Muriel Bowser kicked off #Earthweekdc, a celebration of Earthday, by presenting one of the largest municipal solar projects in the country. H.D. Woodson high school is one of a handful of government facilities with a solar system, which is part of the mayor's green initiative. The solar infrastructure uses existing structures like the car ports and rooftops to house the system, without dramatically altering the look and feel of the buildings.   The system in the city and produces 670 kilowatts of clean power.

Washington DC has become a world leader in clean energy, becoming the first lead platinum city in the world. which is in line with Mayor Bowser's goal to achieve net zero for carbon by 2050. A goal towards making Washington DC as the sustainable capital of the world.

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