By Dominic Adams, Reporter for the Flint Journal, Published on Michigan Live.Com (MLive)
About 9,000 average-sized homes will be able to be powered by two sites putting out 45 megawatts of new “clean, zero-emission” solar energy, DTE Energy officials said. “It’s definitely one of a kind,” spokeswoman Jennifer Wilt said [yesterday], Dec. 21, of the plan . . . DTE would not release how much the projects cost because they’re still negotiating with contractors. The company estimated it would cost under $2 per watt.
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