Mainland Company Working With Hawaii Officials to Create Energy Producing Modular Classrooms

Imagine that… Hawaii actually using solar power in their schools?  I know that HAAS school in Pahoa has solar panels.  Wouldn’t that be something if more and more schools started actually producing energy instead of using it?

A mainland entrepreneur and an architect who are looking to spark a “green” revolution in school design are giving modular classrooms a radical revamping. Their version harnesses sunlight to all but replace electric light and uses a garden-top green roof to dispel heat in summer. They have plenty of room, excellent acoustics, and eye-catching designs, too…

…He is working with officials in Hawaii on a modular classroom that would not only be energy self-sufficient, but may produce surplus power.

Involved in the projects are Triumph Modular, a construction company in Littleton, has teamed up with California architect Peter Anderson on these projects in the mainland.

Here is an example of one of their classrooms on the mainland in Lincoln, Massachusetts.

Triumph installed the first modular school building designed to LEED specifications at the Carroll School in Lincoln, Massachusetts.

Triumph installed the first modular school building designed to LEED specifications at the Carroll School in Lincoln, Massachusetts.

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