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WATSONVILLE IS REPORTING SIGNIFICANT ENERGY SAVINGS AFTER SOLAR PANELS WERE INSTALLED ON THREE MAJOR FACILITIES LAST YEAR. THE 2.9 MILLION DOLLAR SOLAR PANEL PROJECT CALLED FOR 450 240-WATT SOLAR PANELS TO BE INSTALLED ON CITY HALL, THE MUNICIPAL SERVICE AND WATER RESOURCE CENTERS. AUTHORITIES SAY THE THREE SITES HAVE GENERATED OVER 526-THOUSAND KILOWATT HOURS OF SOLAR ENERGY, A SAVINGS EQUIVALENT TO OVER 42-THOUSAND GALLONS OF GAS, 377 TONS OF C-O-2 AND OVER 3-THOUSAND 60-WATT LIGHT BULBS. FURTHER ANALYSIS OF HOW MUCH POWER WAS GENERATED SINCE THE PROJECT FIRST TOOK OFF IN DECEMBER IS SLATED FOR NOVEMBER.

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