Phoenix, AZ – January 25, 2011
Phoenix-based solar installer Cambio Energy has announced its participation with The Green Schoolhouse Series, a collaboration of corporations, foundations, communities, and volunteers whose goal is to build high-performance, environmentally-sustainable schoolhouses for Title I, low-income public schools.
The first build, planned for September at the Washington Elementary School District’s Roadrunner Elementary School, will incorporate a 35 kilowatt solar electric system installed by Cambio Energy. “As both a strong advocate of sustainability and a former student of the Washington Elementary School District, I could not be more thrilled to partner with The Green Schoolhouse Series,” says Dillon Holmes, President of Cambio Energy. The new green schoolhouses will gradually replace what were once planned to be temporary portable classrooms scattered throughout Arizona’s K-12 public schools. “The new green schoolhouses will provide our students with a more appropriate learning environment, hopefully making the cramped, musty portables that we grew up in a thing of the past,” says Holmes. “Not only will they provide a climate more conducive to learning, they will place an even stronger emphasis on making our future leaders more environmentally responsible.”
About Cambio Energy
Cambio Energy is based in Phoenix, Arizona and is licensed with the Arizona Registrar of Contractors. The company designs, installs, and maintains both commercial and residential solar energy systems with 25 years experience in the valley. Cambio Energy provides a turnkey solar installation, administering all paperwork involved with rebates, incentives, and permitting. For more information on Cambio Energy’s solar energy solutions for your home or business, please call (480) 389-4140, or visit www.cambioenergy.com.
For more information about The Green Schoolhouse Series, please visit www.greenschoolhouse.org.
Source: Press Release