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City Window: Solar Fire Station
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TitleCity Window: Solar Fire Station
NotesSolar Fire Station: The first solar heated fire station in the midwest has been in operation at 22nd and Hardesty since March 15. The station is using 2,800 square feet of collectors on the roof for both space and water heating. There are also 71 tons of enclosed rock for storing enough heat for 1 1/2 days. The station has an electric heating system for times when there's no sun for several days in a row.
AuthorFloyd E. Sageser
DateApril 1979
SourceKansas City Magazine
Locationq977.8411 K1692
Volume4
Number4
Page1-7
Local SubjectSolar Energy
Fire Stations
Fire Department
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID101562
CONTENTdm number13029
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