Latest News Stories About Solar Power In Texas
July News Solar Energy In Texas
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Community Impact Newspaper: Solar Farm Helps Georgetown Texas Go Green
Georgetown officials, including Mayor Dale Ross and City Manager David Morgan, joined a ribbon-cutting ceremony in early July for the 1,250-acre Buckthorn solar plant in Pecos County in West Texas. The plant began supplying solar-generated power to Georgetown in July. An agreement between Georgetown and NRG Energy Inc. will supply the city with solar power through 2041, according to the city.
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El Paso Times: Solar Car Challenge Rolls Through Texas
26 High School Teams are participating in the 2018 Solar Car Challenge, a cross-country event starting at the world-famous Texas Motor Speedway and heading all the way over to California! Teams this year have registered from New York, Maryland, North Carolina, Florida, Mississippi, Missouri, Michigan, Oregon, California, Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.
Midland Reporter: $400M Solar Farm To Be Built In West Texas
Texas will soon have an even bigger largest solar power plant in the state. A new project just received the green-light from local permitting parties. The Phoebe solar farm will be located in Winkler County in West Texas near the New Mexico border with a total size of 315 MW-DC. Larger projects may be coming too, as rumors about 500 MW developments have been heard.
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