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SMECO Looks to Expand Solar

A 5.5-MW solar farm developed by Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) has proved worthwhile, and the coop is now looking to build a second solar facility.  SMECO's efforts will help it satisfy a Maryland state law, which requires utilities to g
January 3, 2013

A 5.5-MW solar farm developed by Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) has proved worthwhile, and the coop is now looking to build a second solar facility.  SMECO's efforts will help it satisfy a Maryland state law, which requires utilities to generate 20 percent of their electricity from renewables by 2022, with two percent of that portion coming from solar energy produced in Maryland.  SMECO's first solar farm began generating electricity in late November.  Southern Maryland Newspapers Online has the details.

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