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“Puget Sound Energy is proposing what it calls the largest solar-power facility in the Northwest.

The Bellevue utility says the 500-kilowatt project would generate enough electricity for 300 homes, when the sun is shining. The utility says that would double the amount of electricity generated by solar power in Washington.

The project would be located at P-S-E’s Wild Horse wind farm which is nearing completion with 127 turbines in Kittitas County near Ellensburg. …

Puget Sound Energy serves more than one (m) million dollars electricity customers in eleven counties,” quoting the AP in the Seattle P-I.

Posted by Steve on December 6, 2006 at 6:52 am | Permalink

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