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Today, Rick Borry of Vivopower taught the fourth grade science classes at Trivium Academy in Carrollton, Texas about real-world solar power farms. The students love to see the size of the solar farms from drone videos and to experiment with how electricity works in the real world.
The 43 Megawatt solar farm in Bladen, North Carolina celebrated its one-year anniversary of operation on January 30th. Over 12-months, it generated 67,312 MWh of clean solar electricity - enough to power nearly 5,000 homes.
Green-e Energy certifies renewable energy that meets the highest standards in North America: it must be generated from new facilities, marketed with complete transparency and accuracy, and delivered to the purchaser, who has sole title.
Today at the dedication of a 47-Megawatt solar farm in Maxton, North Carolina, Vivorex announced the formation of a non-profit charity whose mission is to deploy surplus equipment from solar farm construction into urban community solar farms.
149,000 solar panels delivering the clean energy equivalent to the electricity powering 600 Starbucks stores in North Carolina, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and Washington, D.C.