Pecan Farm to Double Solar Energy for Georgia Power

June 4, 2010  |  

(Atlanta Journal Constitution) — A South Georgia pecan farmer is about to nearly double the amount of solar power in Georgia Power’s energy mix.  The energy will come from a 200-kilowatt solar farm built on an acre of Trey Pippin’s property southwest of Albany.  Built by ESA Renewables of Lake Mary, Fla., the solar system uses high-efficiency solar cells manufactured by Norcross-based Suniva.

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