Utility-scale solar offers several benefits to the environment, economy, and society. Environmentally speaking, utility-scale solar has zero emissions and requires no water for operation – making it a great alternative to traditional power sources like coal-fired plants, which can negatively impact air quality.
Utility companies often use solar power to provide clean, reliable renewable energy to the public, at scale. For instance, the Lund Hill solar project in Klickitat, Washington that AlsoEnergy provided a custom-built rack with multi-mode PPCs and RTAC-based data acquisition offering is a 194-MW plant that provides electricity to more than 28,000 homes.
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Read more about utility-scale solar and how the world is using renewable, clean energy:
- What does utility-scale solar mean?
- How does utility-scale solar work?
- How does a control library minimize risk and create business value for utility-scale solar projects?
- Why are non-proprietary components important for utility-scale solar projects?
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