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  • Service Region | West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund
    Go Back The WPPSEF is focused on investing in the deployment of sustainable energy programs and technologies throughout the 23 county West Penn Power electric power service region The 23 county region is over 10 000 square miles has a population of approximately 1 5 million residents and represents over 700 000 West Penn Power customers West Penn Power Zip Codes Service Territory Map Project Gallery Renewable Energy Technologies Explore

    Original URL path: http://www.wppsef.org/about/service-region (2016-04-24)
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  • Contact WPPSEF about Clean Energy Loans in Pennsylvania
    About Contact Contact Let s Talk Do you have a question concerning the fund Do you have a specific program related question Fill out the form with as much information as possible and a WPPSEF staff member will contact you within 48 hours Thank you for your interest in the West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund Name Email Phone Message Project Gallery Renewable Energy Technologies Explore Smart Energy Use Explore

    Original URL path: http://www.wppsef.org/contact#wpcf7-f6-p21-o1 (2016-04-24)
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  • Bear Creek Wind Farm | Project Gallery | West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund
    Renewable Energy Technologies Bear Creek Wind Farm Utility Scale Wind Community Energy developer of the 24 MW Bear Creek Wind Farm in Carbon County worked closely with Pennsylvania s regional sustainable energy funds in 2005 to secure funding to develop and construct the wind farm The project represented a one million dollar investment for WPPSEF The wind farm consisting of twelve Gamesa 2 0 MW wind turbines became operational in

    Original URL path: http://www.wppsef.org/project/renewable-energy-technologies/bear-creek-wind-farm (2016-04-24)
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  • Janet Weis Children’s Hospital | Project Gallery | West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund
    The installation of the solar PV system was completed and the solar array began generating power in April 2015 supplying about 20 of the peak energy load of the Children s Hospital WPPSEF provided 100 000 in co funding to support the solar PV installation and educational kiosk The Fund applauds Geisinger s nationally recognized commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainability An educational kiosk on the solar PV system has

    Original URL path: http://www.wppsef.org/project/renewable-energy-technologies/janet-weis-childrens-hospital (2016-04-24)
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  • Elk Country | Project Gallery | West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund
    unforgettable sight for the more than 400 000 guests that visit the Elk Country Visitors Center each year The outdoor classroom was constructed to LEED standards The ECCO building is heated using a Froling FHG 30 high efficiency biomass wood boiler with a rated heat output of 102 500 Btu hr The biomass boiler system includes a 400 gallon thermal storage tank that will provide renewable heat for the classroom

    Original URL path: http://www.wppsef.org/project/renewable-energy-technologies/elk-country (2016-04-24)
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  • Saint Vincent College | Project Gallery | West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund
    kW solar PV system as part of their efforts to construct and renovate the Sis and Herman Dupré Science Pavilion for the Herbert W Boyer School of Natural Sciences Mathematics and Computing building The project involved the construction of 45 000 sq ft of new and approximately 60 000 sq ft of renovated space The 20 kW solar PV system is proximately installed on the main entrance of the Sis

    Original URL path: http://www.wppsef.org/project/renewable-energy-technologies/saint-vincent-college (2016-04-24)
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  • Gregg Township | Project Gallery | West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund
    water system for the 26 000 sq ft building The solar hot water system is comprised of ten Viessman 200 F flat plate solar collectors a heat exchanger a 500 gallon hot water storage tank and a piping and electrical control system needed to capture the sun s energy and transfer it into the water The 500 gallon hot water storage tank supplies preheated water to an existing propane fired

    Original URL path: http://www.wppsef.org/project/renewable-energy-technologies/gregg-township (2016-04-24)
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  • Donohoe Center | Project Gallery | West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund
    Technologies Donohoe Center Small Scale Wind The WPPSEF worked with Penn State s Westmoreland Cooperative Extension to install a 10 kW Excel S Bergey wind power system at the Donohoe Center in Greensburg PA WPPSEF provided 25 000 in co funding for the wind power system in 2003 The Donohoe Center adjacent to the Westmoreland Conservation District and the Greenforge building is an excellent resource for the general public to

    Original URL path: http://www.wppsef.org/project/renewable-energy-technologies/donohoe-center (2016-04-24)
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