CEDARVILLE, Ohio - A western Ohio college is making a big push into solar energy.
Construction should start this month at Cedarville University for a solar array of more than 2,000 kilowatts. Power should flow in April.
The school says the energy will be enough for 250 homes, besides bringing the environmental benefits of using solar power.
The Dayton Daily News reports that Cedarville has made solar technology part of its curriculum for years. The Christian-based school has some 3,400 students.
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