SunEdison Completes 2-MW Solar Power Plant in Maryland

 SunEdison Completes 2-MW Solar Power Plant in Maryland

In collaboration with Maryland-based Standard Solar, SunEdison has completed construction on a 2-MW solar power plant for the Town of Elkton, Maryland.

The new facility will generate enough energy each year to power more than 270 homes and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by more than 4 million pounds.
The town’s mayor and commissioners approved a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with SunEdison to buy the facility’s power, estimating it will save more than $2 million in electricity costs across the term of the agreement.
SunEdison Services will provide operation and maintenance support for the new plant.

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