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Pennsylvania's largest solar energy project to help fuel Penn State for 25 years
by Ashley Hayford
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16 September 2019
On 16 September 2019 The Daily Collegian reported:
Penn State students joined Governor Tom Wolf and [Pennsylvania State University] President Eric Barron at a ceremony launching Penn State's newest and biggest eco-friendly initiative -- a 70-megawatt, off-site solar energy project that will provide 25 percent of the university's purchased electricity over the next 25 years.
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With over 150,000 solar panels installed at three locations across Franklin County on approximately 500 acres of local landowner property, the project is the largest solar project in Pennsylvania.
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