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Company’s donated solar array provides savings for Carson City’s FISH

A $112,000 solar project for Carson City’s Friends In Service Helping will save the charitable organization $162,500 over 25 years, according to estimates. Black Rock Solar, a Reno-based nonprofit focused on adoption of green energy, said it will donate the $112,000 solar array to save FISH a projected $6,500 annually in electricity costs for at least a quarter-century. Installation should come in the next few weeks. The NV Energy RenewableGenerations program has provided a rebate to cover much of the cost of the 31-kilowatt project, Black Rock reported, and it will be installed atop the FISH thrift store building at …

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