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Work begins on largest municipal solar project in Arkansas

By Talk Business & Politics Staff

Leaders of the city of Fayetteville, Ozarks Electric Cooperative and Today's Power Inc. (TPI) broke ground Monday (March 4) on the largest solar power system on municipal land in Arkansas.  The 10-megawatt system will be the only system in the state with onsite utility-scale storage.

The $23 million system will include 24 megawatt-hours of battery storage and will operate on 87 acres at the Paul R. Noland Wastewater Treatment Facility in east Fayetteville and the Westise Water Treatment Facility in west Fayetteville. 

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