Crews have finished installing 291 electricity-generating solar panels on the roof at the Telus Spark science centre in northeast Calgary.
The $260,000-project was jointly funded by the city, which covered about 70 per cent of the cost, with the province footing the rest of the bill. The project was installed by Enmax.
“The installation is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 113 tonnes annually, the equivalent of taking 24 vehicles off the road,” the utility company said in a tweet.
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