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Wilde Lake Middle in Columbia becomes Maryland's first 'net-zero energy' school
by Colin Campbell
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3 January 2017
On 3 January 2017 The Baltimore Sun reported:
Wilde Lake Middle School in the community of Columbia is making its debut this week as Maryland's first 'net-zero energy' school -- meaning the $33 million building's extensive solar panel array will help it generate as much energy as it uses. The roof holds 1,400 solar panels and another 600 panels collect sunlight from the ground, said Scott Washington, director of school construction for the Howard County school system.
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