Solar Panels for West

Created by: Anette , Lexi ,Madison , and Alejandra

How Will This Benefit West

It will benefit West because all the money were spending to pay the electricity bill we could use to buy and do things to help the school like buying more supplies for the teachers or helping the sports department there are so many things to do with this money. If we have solar panels we can have so much more possibilities as a student.

What Energy/Consumable Habit Needs to be Changed at West

We always have to many things plugged in at the same time , people using their iPads when their not needed , and people not turning off the lights etc.. Those are the reasons that are electricity bill is skyrocketing and if we put those to a minimum amount we can still save money but if we have solar panels we can cut that to less than half of our regular bill.

The Reason We Are Choosing This Change Is

At west rooms like the library , or computer lab are using to much electricity that we don't need nor use. So the we have to pay for all of that electricity even if were not using it and that takes money out of the school which the average amount is 8,217 but its only the rounded average so it could be more or less .
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How Will We Do It

We could hold fundraisers to earn money for it and hire some men to come in the summer as a saftey precautions to set it up and we could ask student where they think would be the best place to put the solar panels.

Bibliography

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. "Alternative Energy Sources, Solar." UXL Encyclopedia of Science. Ed. Amy Hackney Blackwell and Elizabeth Manar. 3rd ed. Farmington Hills, MI: UXL, 2015. Student Resources in Context. Web. 9 Feb. 2016.
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"Photovoltaics." UXL Encyclopedia of Science. Ed. Amy Hackney Blackwell and Elizabeth Manar. 3rd ed. Farmington Hills, MI: UXL, 2015. Student Resources in Context. Web. 9 Feb. 2015