Oct. 31 — The initial project will place nearly 400 solar panels on 10-15 roofs in the city and plant eight to nine batteries that will store energy in case of a power outage, said Chris Foster, Georgetown’s manager of resource planning and integration. Foster said in the case of electricity outages, the batteries can automatically turn on and residents won’t even notice.
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