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Case Study: Solar Initiative: Is It Financially Feasible?
Thomas M. Patrick, Andrew B. Carver and Clare Bohnett
Journal of Financial Education
Vol. 36, No. 3/4 (FALL/WINTER 2010), pp. 133-142
Published by: Financial Education Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41948652
Page Count: 10
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In 2009, Tom Eldridge, the school district business administrator was asked to perform a financial analysis of an installation of solar panels on the roof of every school in Lawrence Township, New Jersey. Upon completion of Eldridge's analysis, he was to make a recommendation to the Board of Education addressing both the financial implications of going solar and also responding to the concerns of other interested stakeholders.
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