Wisconsin’s First Net Zero School — Forest Edge Elementary, Oregon, WI

Oregon School District’s 126,000 square foot Forest Edge Elementary School in Dane County is the first zero net energy school built in Wisconsin. The new $40 million school, designed and built by Bray Architects, HGA and Findorff with MSA as the electric system design engineer, is energy efficient, all-electric with geothermal heating and cooling and battery storage, and generates all its energy needs on site from renewable energy. The 646 kW DC rooftop solar system with bifacial panels installed by Full Spectrum Solar will save $82,000 annually in energy costs.  MSAWSJ

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