The first solar project built along a major highway right-of-way on the East Coast has begun producing energy to power the town of Carver’s water treatment plant. Built along Route 44 in Carver on a highway easement awarded by the state to the town, the 99-kilowatt project makes use of the highway’s east-west orientation to erect an array of solar panels facing south in a nearly ideal location for solar power efficiency.
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