Solar Panel Project Near Completion at Frampton Hall

NYISE was the first school K-Solar school project announced in New York state. Work has been underway for over a month now. Each day we get closer to final installation of the panels. The project will facilitate the installation of a solar array that will supplement the school’s energy needs, lower operating costs, decrease carbon emissions that contribute to climate change, and offer unique educational opportunities for the state’s kids.

Workers on the Frampton Hall roof working on installation of panels

This marks the next phase of the governor’s statewide K-Solar program, which is part of the $1 billion NY-Sun Initiative. The effort is designed to help schools cut costs while simultaneously helping New York reach its 2030 goal of supplying 50 percent of electricity from renewable sources.

Wide view of the project in Frampton Hall roof.

Construction on the project will be completed by the end of May and it is anticpated that the project will go live by July. 

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View of many solar panels installed.

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Long view of the Frampton roof with the panels installed.