City Of Raleigh Opens New 10 Acre Solar Power Facility

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The Raleigh Telegram

RALEIGH – The City of Raleigh, which has long been an innovator in terms of energy leadership, is touting the opening of a brand new solar power facility located on city government property. In addition to LED lighting, electric car chargers, and solar powered lights, the city can now boast of a large solar power facility.

Although located on city property, the solar arrays were privately funded and the project was built at no cost to taxpayers.

The solar farm is located on 10 acres at the City of Raleigh's Neuse River Wastewater Treatment Plant in southeastern Wake County.

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