National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) Administrative Building



Lander: 14.3 kilowatts – This solar array on the roof of the main administration building includes a system monitoring display and an interpretive exhibit for students and the public.
Since 1965, the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) has taught leadership and wilderness skills on backcountry expeditions around the world. Funding from Rocky Mountain Power's Blue Sky program enabled NOLS Rocky Mountain to install a solar array, consisting of 86 photovoltaic panels, on the roof of the school's main building in Lander. Over a year's time, the system is expected to produce about 10,640 kilowatt-hours of renewable energy to help power the school. By producing renewable energy on-site, NOLS is contributing to improved air quality and habitat protection. 

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