Community solar projects sprout up in Minnesota, Massachusetts

By Conor Ryan, PV Tech

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Solar projects are continuing to sprout up across the US, as WGL Energy and NRG Energy have paved the way for a slew of new installations in both Minnesota and Massachusetts. NRG announced Tuesday that it has broken ground on five community solar projects in Minnesota, while WGL noted that it has completed a 3.2MW PV plant in Devens, Massachusetts. NRG noted that all five Minnesota projects are expected to be completed by early 2017. The installations will be developed in Washington County, Dakota County, Goodhue County, Olmstead County and Dodge County — and will have a combined generation capacity of 29.1MW. Read more.

Photo: The five Minnesota projects are expected to have a combined generation capacity of 29.1MW. Image Credit: NRG Energy

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