The system is expected to generate power for 100 homes in the area, as well as $650,000 in revenue over the next 20 years.
Vatican City has increased its waste diversion rate and will soon stop selling single-use plastics.
The bonds will be used to divert organic waste from landfill and convert it into natural biogas.
The 742.6-kilowatt system comprises 1,689 solar panels and is expected to produce renewable energy for the next 40 years.
The power generated from the 2.7-megawatt system will be sold to the Tennessee Valley Authority.
The Solar Foundation and SEIA also released a diversity and inclusion best practices guide to help organizations build diversity and inclusion programs.
Cleanspark achieved government acceptance of its solar plus storage microgrid at the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.
NYC’s government vehicle fleet has replaced 2,200 gas-powered vehicles and will reach 4,000 by 2025.
Check out the eco-friendly elements involved with the design of Springs Preserve's NV Energy Foundation Sustainability Gallery.