US government inks largest ever renewables purchase

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US government inks largest ever renewables purchase

Desert solar array in Arizona will be used to provide power to 14 US Navy bases in California

The US federal government on Friday confirmed its largest ever procurement of renewable energy in a deal with the 150MW Mesquite Solar 3 desert array in Arizona. Power from the new array, owned by developer...

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