Brunswick Solar Array Project Gets Green Light. A Dim, Expensive, Subsidized, Flickering Green Light Visible at Noon on Sunny Days

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solar arrayBRUNSWICK — A proposal for a 160-panel, 40 kilowatt solar array atop the Fort Andross Mill complex received a certificate of appropriateness from the Village Review Board Tuesday, April 26. Dan Jacques, a partner at Waterfront Maine, which owns the building at 14 Maine St., said at the meeting that the project is designed to meet the energy needs of a specific tenant, the Nature Conservancy of Maine. He said Waterfront agreed to the project as part of the Nature Conservancy’s lease. Noting that sustainability is a key part of the organization’s mission, “we think it’s a reasonable investment for what they’re wanting to do.” According to Jacques, ReVision Energy of Portland is scheduled to install the panels by June 30 at a cost of $127,000. (read more at the Forecaster)

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