Missoula solar company, Satic Solar donates panels to Watson Children’s Shelter


A safe haven for abused and neglected children in Missoula will now be able to save money on energy bills thanks to a generous donation from another local company.

Satic Solar this week installed a 30-panel solar system on the roof of one of the two buildings that house Watson Children’s Shelter.

“This is estimated to save us between $200 and $300 a month,” explained Emma Anderson, the executive director of the shelter. “The solar panels should last for at least 20 years and likely more, so we’ll save thousands of dollars and redistribute those funds for more critical areas of care.”


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