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Apr 10, 2012

Toledo GM plant to partially run on solar energy
 

The General Motors Toledo Transmission Plant will soon purchase electricity produced from the 80,000 square feet of solar panels housed on the roof of its own facility, The Columbus Dispatch reports. Solscient, a company based at the University of Toledo's Clean and Alternative Energy Incubator, installed and will maintain the infrastructure, which is projected to produce 1.8-megawatts upon completion, at no cost to GM, the article said. For more, read the full story here.
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