Lighting the way for colleges

The Washington Post
August 10, 2009
COMMERCIAL, FABRICATION : PROJECTS, SOLAR

On one of the fields where students learn about agriculture, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore will soon be planting a new kind of crop with a constantly renewable yield: 20 acres' worth of photovoltaic panels, the largest solar farm in the state.

The 2.1-megawatt system, to be built by Beltsville-based SunEdison, will generate electricity for the 4,100-student campus in Princess Anne, Md., when it's finished, which is expected to be by the end of the year, according to an Aug. 9 article in The Washington Post.

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