The Lowell Sun: “A sunny deal” November 9, 2009. WESTFORD – Aspiring electricians, auto mechanics and plumbers at Nahoba Valley Technical High School know what energy efficiency means to their future. Learning about it is key to landing a good job, teachers tell them.

Now they have the chance to see what it takes to get a green job done and how it benefits their would-be clients. Just take a peek at the top of the school building, said School Superintendent Judith Klimkiewicz. Students can see North Andover-based Nexamp, Inc., installing 506 photovoltaic panels there, turning more than 7,600 square feet of rooftop space into a mini-solar farm. Link to Article