University at Albany’s New 1.8 Megawatt Solar System Supports ‘Energy Master Plan’

University at Albany’s New 1.8 Megawatt Solar System Supports ‘Energy Master Plan’

The University at Albany in New York has begun construction on a solar project that will supply about 60% of the electricity used by its new $180 million ETEC building, expected to open this summer. The university will purchase all the electricity and renewable energy credits (RECs) produced through the 1.8 megawatt system.

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