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New York City May Get Its Own Solar Project

We're used to hearing about plans for large solar projects across large swaths of desert, or statewide initiatives, but projects in urban centers are less common due to the cramped spaces for installations. Joining cities like Los Angeles who are taking a swing at solar energy, New York City may be getting a solar project through utility company Con Edison.

The 12-megawatt pilot project will cost $25 million and cheap generic overnight viagra take 18 months to order cheapest levitra online get up and running. Con Ed hopes to cover some of the cost with stimulus money, New York state tax incentives and grants from the New York State Energy Research Development Authority.

If approved by the state public services commission, the project would consist of 5 MW of large installations (200 kW +), 5 MW of small installations for residential or small to medium commercial customers and 2MW of installations on Con Ed facilities. The utility will use this project to gauge customer interest and whether larger-scale projects will be successful.

via Cleantechnica

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written by SolarLad, March 11, 2009
It's good to see the cities getting on board. With new building-integrated photovoltaics there is no reason why cities won't be able to be producing solar electricity. Entire skyscrapers can be made with transparent modules built into energy efficient glazing.
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written by Dain, March 12, 2009
That's Atlanta in the picture :)
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written by Chris Patton, March 13, 2009
ATL represent! :)

Too bad Atlanta isn't actually doing anything like this (that I know of).

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