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STEM SOLAR LAB
is a collaboration of effort led by Dave Marley, owner of Diversified
Construction in Amherst, MA, Morton Sternheim, Director
the STEM Education Institute, and Michael Lehan, a Financial
Services Developer. The
of this D.O.E. funded project is to install solar panels on school
grounds to increase the awareness of solar energy as a renewable and
environmentally friendly option and to increase students' interest in
I. The Sun as an Energy Source
II. Energy Transformations in Solar Collectors
III. STEM Solar Lab Siting and Land Use Dec. 9.
IV. Building and Installing a STEM Solar Lab
V. Electricity Production and Use
VI. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Society Connections
The STEM Solar Laboratory will have three components: technical, educational, and financial.
Phase 1 of the project will include the installation of solar panels at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School in Northampton, MA, Northfield Mount Hermon in Mount Hermon, MA, and Hopkins Academy in Hadley, MA. In Phase II, facilities will be installed at ten more schools.