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November 25, 2012
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Several public work sites now powered by solar

Hamilton Solar LLC has announced it has completed installation and commissioning of 1.3 megawatts of solar photovoltaics for the Nevada Public Works Department. Built at four sites in Northern and Southern Nevada, the solar power delivers clean and sustainable energy, bringing significant cost savings to the state.

The first installation, a 116 kW ground-mount system at Jean Conservation Camp in southern Nevada, is comprised of 492 SunTech 235-watt solar panels.

A second ground-mount system was installed at Nevada Youth Training Center in Elko and consists of 2,892 SunTech 235-watt solar panels. At 600 kW and spanning 2.5 acres, this is …

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