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NCFPD's solar systems continue to produce for taxpayers


Last updated 8/27/2019 at 7:19pm

The switch to solar power has saved taxpayer dollars and helped protect the environment.

FALLBROOK – Since the installation of six solar power systems across five sites four years ago, the North County Fire Protection District has saved hundreds of thousands of dollars for taxpayers in utility costs and greatly reduced its impact on the environment. The solar power systems were built and installed between 2014 and 2016 throughout Fallbrook and Bonsall.

Since the solar power systems went live, the district has offset 1,088,836,190-watt hours of electricity, which equates to savings of approximately $272,209 that can be reallocated to better serve the community.

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