In a few weeks, the Gosman Center at Brandeis University will be the site of one of the largest solar panel arrays in Massachusetts.
The 277 kilowatt solar system is part of the university’s Climate Action Plan, which aims to eventually make the campus carbon neutral and educate students and the surrounding community about energy use.
Construction on the solar system is set to begin this week and to last about three weeks, according to Janna Cohen-Rosenthal, the sustainability coordinator at Brandeis.
Read more of the story on the Globe's Your Town Waltham site here.
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