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Commercial solar is about to become a reality in Alaska
by Loren Holmes
Anchorage Daily News Translate This Article
3 September 2018
On 3 September 2018 Anchorage Daily News reported:
A massive 408-panel solar power array is weeks away from completion on a plot of land along the Glenn Highway in Willow. When it's switched on next month it will, for a short time, be the largest solar power project in Alaska. The project is the brainchild of four engineers with backgrounds in the oil and gas industry. The four are also self-funding the project, which they hope will be a proof-of-concept for an expansion in 2019.
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