NEW YORK, February 15, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Plankton Energy partnered with Boston Trinity Academy (BTA) to launch its innovative solar system and STEM curriculum initiative in Boston, Massachusetts.
“As an expression of our Christian stewardship, Boston Trinity Academy is excited to enter this new environmentally friendly phase in the way we procure electricity,” said Headmaster Frank Guerra.
Funded by Plankton Energy at no cost to BTA, the system will be installed this Spring and begin operation prior to the 2019 - 2020 academic year.
“We are thrilled to be working with Boston Trinity Academy on their system. With solar panels on its academic building, the school will save over $150,000 and reduce carbon emissions by over 1,000 tons over the life of the solar system,” said Dan Giuffrida, Founder & CEO of Plankton Energy.
Plankton Energy is a turnkey solar energy provider dedicated to serving schools, houses of worship, and small businesses. We support schools like BTA to save considerably on its electricity bills and integrate the data from the system itself to enhance STEM curriculum in real time. (Plankton Energy)
Boston Trinity Academy is a Christian, co-ed, college preparatory middle and high school. "We educate a diverse student body from across the Great Boston area in grades 6-12. We are committed to providing an exceptional academic experience that inspires each student to excel in a Christ-centered community where they are known and loved. Our graduates demonstrate the intellect, leadership, and moral character they learn here as they succeed at numerous top colleges and universities and in life beyond." (Boston Trinity Academy)
Source: Plankton Energy LLC