The Ohio State University (OSU) and AEP Energy have started construction on a 101-kilowatt solar array on the roof of OSU’s Recreation and Physical Activities Center, according to a Columbus Business First article. The array of 367 solar panels “arranged in the school’s signature Block-O logo” will be the university’s largest, and will provide some electricity to the main gym. According to the article, “[AEP Energy] is providing all the labor and materials and is supplying the electricity to Ohio State at 4 cents per kilowatt for the next eight years. Then, both sides will decide whether to renew.” The article also notes that OSU has a few solar arrays in off-campus locations, but “none as centrally located” as this one, between the Ohio Stadium and the school’s main library. For more, read the full article.