Officials in Cumberland County are looking towards the sun to help save taxpayer money. It was announced on Monday that a solar energy-producing project is in the final stages of approval for Cumberland County College and three other government agencies to install solar energy systems that could save the county $3 million in energy costs over 15 years. The project will be built by AMSOLAR, a German-based company, at it’s own expense.
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