N.C. Company Building Gigantic Solar Water Heating System at Turkey Plant

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ST. PAUL--This gigantic solar farm, wedged between a turkey processing plant and a landfill, is this nation's Goliath when it comes to solar thermal technology.

Taking up the span of a half-dozen football fields, it's four times the size of the closest runner-up: a solar thermal plant that heats water for a prune-canning plant in Northern California. It's several hundred times the size of typical solar thermal setups in the nation.

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