New residential development to include grid-connected solar homes

“This agreement is a significant advance for the solar industry,” said Bob Johnson, Vice President and Director, Photovoltaic Services at Strategies Unlimited, an independent market research firm. “At 1,000 solar-powered homes, Bickford Ranch will be the world’s largest single-family grid-connected solar installation. The magnitude of the installation sends an important signal to California and to the rest of the world regarding the growing importance of solar electric home power and an individual’s ability to take control over his own electricity generation.”

ELK RIVER, Minn., June 21, 2001 — Great River Energy’s Coal Creek Station, located in central North Dakota, was one of two sites selected for testing a novel mercury control technology, known as mercury catalytic oxidation.

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