NewsPublic Affairs / December 9, 2019

Electricity Provider Planning More Indiana Solar Farms

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A company that provides electricity to dozens of Indiana communities is working to add at least 17 solar farms to its system.

The Indiana Municipal Power Agency says it now has 21 solar farms generating electricity around the state and is building more at it aims to have half of its power coming from renewable sources by 2030.

One farm being planned by the company near the northern Indiana city of Peru would cost $19 million and have about 40,000 solar modules.

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