Solar Power Arrives On Time At Tennessee Airport

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While airlines are experimenting with biofuels to make the skies greener, the Chattanooga airport in Tennessee is focusing on greening operations on the ground. The Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Authority just completed the first phase of a 3-megawatt (MW) solar power project, installing a 1 MW array to help power airport operations. The 4.5-acre installation features high-efficiency crystalline silicon solar cells and modules from Atlanta-based solar company Suniva and was implemented by Inman Solar.

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