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Wisconsin Public Radio | March 04, 2020
Milwaukee city officials announced on Tuesday plans to build the largest solar energy system in the city's history. The 8-acre project will be located close to General Mitchell International Airport, roughly 10 miles from downtown Milwaukee. "This project is a real win for Milwaukee, for the planet and for national security," Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said during the announcement at the field's future location. The city is partnering with We Energies for the solar project — most of the electri...
Green Development LLC | February 24, 2021
Green Development, LLC announced today that they had completed construction on solar farm projects in Glocester and Hopkinton. The projects, which utilized many laborers, have been completed, associated with the lattice and are creating clean sustainable power.
The "White Oak" project in Glocester is situated at 74 White Oak Lane. The farm and the land are claimed by the Phillips family, and they have been developing products of the soil for ages. The farm will stay in a...
GameChange Solar | May 05, 2021
GameChange Solar has announced the construction of a 631 MW Genius Tracker system in southern Texas. After completion, the system will be the largest solar PV project in the state and, eventually, one of the largest in the world. The project covers 4,000 acres in Wharton County and includes 1.4 million solar modules (just outside of the Houston Metropolitan area). This capacity can generate 500 MWac / 631 MWdc of renewable energy, enough to fuel 100,000 homes each year. Power generated at the pr...
Reuters | June 16, 2020
The U.S. clean energy sector has lost more than 620,000 jobs, or 18% of its work force, as stay-at-home orders and a weakened economy have slowed demand for solar panels and energy-efficient systems and curbed production of electric vehicles and clean fuels, a report published on Monday showed. The industry lost 27,000 jobs in May, a slower rate of decline than in April and March, when states first implemented lockdown orders to combat the spread of the coronavirus, according to the analysis of ...
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