Lancaster County, PA: Pennsylvania’s largest solar farm taking shape

Posted by Infra on Thursday, August 9th, 2012

Pennsylvania’s largest solar farm is taking shape in Lancaster County. By the time the field of solar panels begins producing electricity, 20,702 panels will be in place, each about 3 feet by 5 feet, covering some 30 acres.

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One Response to “Lancaster County, PA: Pennsylvania’s largest solar farm taking shape”

  1. Bossi says:

    I’m proud of my home-county. It’s a fun thought that a county known for its Amish can yet be so progressive.

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