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    Thursday, February 25, 2016

    SITING SOLAR TO FIT HISTORY

    Students design solar power system for historic site along Georgia's coast

    Mike Wooten, February 25, 2016 (PhysOrg)

    “A historic estate along the Georgia coast that traces its roots back more than three centuries may soon provide a look at solar energy's potential…[University of Georgia College of Engineering students are working at the Wormsloe Plantation to] be mindful of permitting issues that would not exist in other places…[and consider] cultural and ecological impacts…The university operates the property as a historical and ecological preserve…[and as a site for interdisciplinary research] in archaeology, ecology, environmental planning and design, historic preservation, landscape architecture, geography, history and engineering…[The students are designing] a demonstration solar power installation that will allow visitors to see a working renewable energy system…connect to Wormsloe's existing infrastructure…[and allow] for future expansion…” click here for more

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