Four small wind turbines whir next to dozens of solar power cells, some of the panels adjustable, some following the sun throughout the day. Altogether the system produces enough energy to power six households.
This alternative energy setup is not in the middle of some vast field owned by a utility company. It’s outside Taylor High School, where the renewable energy club secured $132,000 in grants and awards for the cutting-edge equipment.
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