With a $50,000 grant from Constellation Energy, two local Catholic schools are planning to explore the possibilities of wind power.
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"Students at Ellicott City's Our Lady of Perpetual Help School will soon be putting a lot more energy into their studies – literally.
The 215-student school in Howard County, in partnership with the Albright Foundation, University of Maryland Baltimore County and Federal Hill Preparatory School in Baltimore City, has been awarded a $50,000 grant from Constellation Energy to study the school's use of wind as an energy resource.
OLPH and Federal Hill Prep students will participate in an applied science project to evaluate whether a wind turbine can produce enough energy to meet the power needs of the two schools. "
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