SunEdison Activates First Phase Of North Carolina Solar Farm
Accordingto the company, the first phase of the project represents 4 MW ofgeneration capacity and comprises more than 14,000 solar panels thatwill generate over six million kilowatt hours of electricity in thefirst year of operation. Duke Energy is buying the farm’s entire outputunder a 20-year contract.
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