Sunlight streaming through a solar array creates bands of color on the parking lot at Williams Spurgeon Kuhl & Freshnock Architects and Maxus Properties along Armour Road in North Kansas City. “It's like a work of art,” said John Freshnock, as he noted how the position of the sun plays off the solar panels. The array is capable of providing 75 percent of the building’s needs for electricity, Freshnock said.
Sunlight streaming through a solar array creates bands of color on the parking lot at Williams Spurgeon Kuhl & Freshnock Architects and Maxus Properties along Armour Road in North Kansas City. “It's like a work of art,” said John Freshnock, as he noted how the position of the sun plays off the solar panels. The array is capable of providing 75 percent of the building’s needs for electricity, Freshnock said. FILE PHOTO BY Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Sunlight streaming through a solar array creates bands of color on the parking lot at Williams Spurgeon Kuhl & Freshnock Architects and Maxus Properties along Armour Road in North Kansas City. “It's like a work of art,” said John Freshnock, as he noted how the position of the sun plays off the solar panels. The array is capable of providing 75 percent of the building’s needs for electricity, Freshnock said. FILE PHOTO BY Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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