Solar Debut

North Arkansas Electric Cooperative, Salem, recently dedicated the first generation source it’s owned in the coop’s nearly 80-year history: a 1 MW solar array

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Jennah Denney
Capacity of battery storage units quadrupled in 4 years

Electricity utility Ozarks Electric Cooperative, Today’s Power Inc. and the city of Fayetteville are completing a 10-megawatt solar facility that will include 24 megawatt-hours of battery storage. It will be the largest solar facility on city-owned land in Arkansas and is expected to start operating by July 19.

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Jennah Denney
SAU Tech Flips the Switch on Rocket Power Solar with Today’s Power, Inc. 

Gov. Asa Hutchinson spoke at SAU Tech's "flip the switch" ceremony for a 1-megawatt photovoltaic array on campus, held in conjunction with the 80th annual meeting of OECC, the not-for-profit distribution cooperative headquartered in Camden.

It is the first project completed under Act 464, the law opening greater solar possibilities to government organizations, nonprofits and schools by letting them make deals to buy energy from third-party owners of solar facilities.

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Jennah Denney