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Tucson airport marks completion of 'iconic' solar array
by David Wichner

Arizona Daily Star    Translate This Article
6 December 2017

On 6 December 2017 Arizona Daily Star reported: The Tucson (Arizona) Airport Authority on Wednesday (6 December) the completion of a solar-energy array over its hourly and daily parking lots. The solar array will offset upwards of 50 percent of energy needs for Tucson International Airport's terminal. The project was started in 2013 with a first phase of 1 megawatt (AC) of photovoltaic panels going up in an arced array that shades hundreds of hourly and daily parking spaces in from of the terminal. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

Overall, the airport solar project will carry environmental benefits equal to a reduction of 25,000 gallons of gas burned and 245 tons of carbon dioxide per month, the airport said.

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