Turning sunshine into gold

July 2004
Wenatchee Business Journal;Jul2004, Vol. 18 Issue 7, Special Section pC14
Reports on the installation of eight solar panels at the Wenatchee High School by volunteers from the Wenatchee Works of Alcoa Inc. Benefit of the Community Solar Endowment of the company for the school; Location of the panels; Terms of the Alcoa endowment.


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