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Local firm a growing power in solar industry

Shawn Crawley, Ryan Lasher and Evan Staats from Monolith Solar install 48- 25kw solar panels on the grounds of The Grand Stand, an ice cream stand with batting cages on Highbridge Rd. in Rotterdam on Tuesday afternoon. The panels will supplement 50% of the electricity needed for the business each month
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Shawn Crawley, Ryan Lasher and Evan Staats from Monolith Solar install 48- 25kw solar panels on the grounds of The Grand Stand, an ice cream stand with batting cages on Highbridge Rd. in Rotterdam on Tuesday afternoon. The panels will supplement 50% of the electricity needed for the business each month
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Get the latest business news from The Daily Gazette in Outlook 2014 As some of the coldest temperatures of the year settled over the Capital Region last month, the Monolith Solar installation team was at work harnessing the power of the sun. Braving the chill, they installed a solar electric photovoltaic power system at the Food Pantries for the Capital District on Essex Street in Albany. By the end of the day, sunlight was lighting ...

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