Bond Sought for 425 kW Massachusetts Solar Project

[The Enterprise] City officials Monday night learned that a proposed solar “green” energy project could put the city [Brockton] in the red. But it is a risk the Finance Committee is willing to take, approving the borrowing of $1.6 million in bonds to help finance what is being called the largest solar brightfield in New England. The project will be built on Grove Street and will cost about $3 million. It has been scaled back from a proposed 500 kilowatts to 425 kilowatts, said Lori Colombo, the city’s consultant on the renewable energy project. Once completed, the solar power will provide energy to City Hall and a portion of the downtown police station. … For the full story use the following link.
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