Air Force's largest solar project planned for Davis-Monthan

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Tucson Sentinel

Construction of the largest solar energy array in the U.S. Air Force will begin at the end of June on Tucson's Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. The project is expected to save the base $500,000 per year in energy costs.

The cost of installing and maintaining the solar array is the responsibility of Sun Edison, the company building the project, said Greg Noble, Davis-Monthan's energy manager. Sun Edison representatives declined to comment on the cost of the project.  

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