BP Donates $1 Million In Solar Equipment


BP America and the Capital Area Food Bank (CAFB) have announced a $1 million donation of BP Solar panels and other equipment that will make CAFB's proposed new facility a local showcase of the latest solar technology.

The solar system, which will be capable of generating 121.8 kW of clean electricity, will save more than 20% of CAFB's annual electricity bill, the companies say.

‘Solar technology is an important component in the overall energy mix in the United States, and the Capital Area Food Bank is an outstanding example of where today's solar technology can be deployed,’ comments Bob Malone, BP America's chairman and president.

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