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Brookfield considers solar panels for three municipal buildings

The Brookfield Board of Selectmen got an update this week on the townwide solar installation campaign.  16 families will be installing solar panels at their homes, out of the 140 who expressed interest in the incentive program run by Solarize CT.  The town is now considering going solar at the municipal center, police station and Senior Center.  RGS Energy presented a plan to the selectmen with a cost of $301,500 for all three buildings, though incentive programs could lower the price.  Savings over 25 years were pegged at $394,500.  Brookfield officials could get other bids for the work, if the town decides to go solar.

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