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Big Solar Power Plant in Pima County, Arizona 'Flips the Switch'

Posted by GetSolar Staff In Wednesday, October 20 2010 under: solar development, solar plant, Arizona Solar, SunEdison, MEMC, Pima County, Utility Solar

The Maryland-based solar energy services company SunEdison is continuing to expand its business. In late August, for example, the company -- a subsidiary of MEMC Electronic Materials -- partnered with AT&T to bring a 2-megawatt (MW) solar rooftop system to Southern California's San Diego County. This one installation alone will produce roughly 420,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of solar energy in its first year, enough to power the equivalent of forty typical American homes for a year.

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