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Solar Power Makes Gains in USi
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Jim Randle
July 02, 2014 10:23 PM
Two universities in Washington, D.C., plan to soon start buying half of their electricity from solar-power farms 400 kilometers away. The schools expect the project will save millions of dollars during the next couple of decades and make the universities more attractive to environmentally-conscious students. Experts told VOA’s Jim Randle the project shows how this once-exotic power source is becoming a routine part of business.

Solar Power Makes Gains in US

Published July 02, 2014

Two universities in Washington, D.C., plan to soon start buying half of their electricity from solar-power farms 400 kilometers away. The schools expect the project will save millions of dollars during the next couple of decades and make the universities more attractive to environmentally-conscious students. Experts told VOA’s Jim Randle the project shows how this once-exotic power source is becoming a routine part of business.


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