RICHMOND, Va. (AP)- Four public schools in Virginia have been selected to participate in a pilot solar education program.
The Dominion Foundation's Solar for Schools program will provide each school with a 1-kilowatt system that converts sunlight into electricity. The schools also will receive educational materials and technical support.
Schools participating in the program are: Shenandoah Valley Governor's School in Fishersville, Goochland High School in Goochland, Landstown High School in Virginia Beach and T. Clay Wood Elementary School in Prince William County.
The Dominion Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Dominion Resources. Dominion says in a news release that the solar installations will be completed this fall.