GM rooftop solar project

General Motors is building a 516 kW solar photovoltaic array at its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant.

DTE Energy and GM will build the 264,000 sq. ft. project on a six-acre tract of land on the south side of the plant. It is expected to be complete at the end of summer 2011. DTE is investing $3 million in the project as part of its SolarCurrents pilot that calls for 15 MW of PV rooftop systems throughout Southeast Michigan.

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