An expansion of the solar energy project by the Board of Water and Light will triple the amount of renewable electricity available to Lansing homes and businesses, and make the array the largest in Michigan with close to 900 panels.
According to excerpts from the article:
"The newer, cheaper, more efficient panels boosts the array’s generating capacity from 54 kilowatts of electricity to 158 kilowatts, the utility said in a statement. BWL General Manager J. Peter Lark said that’s enough energy to power 80 homes, with no operating or maintenance costs."
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