NEW CANAAN – The city has confirmed that it will continue to make progress towards integrating more energy-efficient projects, including the addition of mini-power plants, but admitted that hopes the West school will receive such a power plant were weak and that future solar energy deals may not be as successful as years past.
On Monday, Selectmen’s buildings and infrastructure advisory committee discussed installing more solar panels and setting up mini power plants called combined heat and power (CHP).
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