Columbia employees begin work on Missouri's largest solar array

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Columbia Missourian

Work started Monday on what will be the largest solar energy array in Missouri.

When it is complete, the 3,500-panel solar array at the COLT Transload facility near Route B and Brown Station Road in northeast Columbia, will be rated for producing 1,000 kilowatt-hours of energy per hour. It is the second phase of the solar energy project at the building.

By comparison, the city’s current solar installations — at the West Ash Pumping Station, the Quaker Oats factory and Bright City Lights — are rated at 36.8 kilowatts...

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