Noblesville Schools' energy plan includes new solar panels at multiple locations

Noblesville High School (File)

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (WTHR) - The Noblesville school district has a new plan to help cut energy costs.

It wants to install solar panels on some of the district's unused land.

Administrators believe it would save hundreds of thousands of dollars a year.

The district currently spends about $1.5 million on lighting, heating and air conditioning.

If the plan is approved, the panels would be placed near White River Elementary, Promise Road Elementary and the Hague Road Transportation Center.

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