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Travis High School Solar Panel Project “Flips the Switch”

Pictured (from left to right) are: Carl Morton of Texas Solar Outfitters, Jim Coates of Schneider Electric, Barbara Jones, Fluor Senior Manager of Community and Public Relations; Seanette Meserole, Travis High School parent; Richard Meserole, Fluor Vice President of Construction; Tyler Meserole, Travis Green Club President; Austin Holliday, Travis Green Club Secretary; Brenna Cosby, Executive Director, Fort Bend Education Foundation; William King, Travis Physics Teacher and Green Club Sponsor; J.J. Kyle, Travis High School Principal; and B.J. Oliver, Head Custodian at Travis

Pictured (from left to right) are: Carl Morton of Texas Solar Outfitters, Jim Coates of Schneider Electric, Barbara Jones, Fluor Senior Manager of Community and Public Relations; Seanette Meserole, Travis High School parent; Richard Meserole, Fluor Vice President of Construction; Tyler Meserole, Travis Green Club President; Austin Holliday, Travis Green Club Secretary; Brenna Cosby, Executive Director, Fort Bend Education Foundation; William King, Travis Physics Teacher and Green Club Sponsor; J.J. Kyle, Travis High School Principal; and B.J. Oliver, Head Custodian at Travis

Travis High School’s Green Club members officially enabled their 2 KWatt grid-tie solar panel system on March 17. The system provides alternate energy for the school and any excess energy generated is placed on the public utility grid and sold back to the utility company.

In addition to offsetting utility costs, the project will be used to enhance the curriculum in science, technology and mathematics.

Travis Green Club students are taking part in this pilot program made possible through donations from the Fort Bend Education Foundation, Fluor Corporation and Texas Solar Outfitters.

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