Ohio city to build 2 MW solar array

Ohio-based Rudolph/Libbe Inc. will develop, design and build a $7.42 million, 2 MW solar array to serve the city of Bryan.

Key Government Finance will lease the solar array to the city, which will have the option to extend the lease or purchase the system after the initial 10-year lease term expires.

Rudolph/Libbe will maintain the system after installation, while First Solar will supply 24,000 solar modules. Nextronex will manufacture the inverters and API Inc. will provide the racks for the modules.

The project is expected to be complete in February 2012.

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