Construction is scheduled to begin on what has been described as the largest customer-sited installation of its kind in Colorado, this autumn: it is expected to be completed early next year.
Constellation Energy will finance, own and operate the solar installation and DIA will purchase the electricity produced by the system from Constellation Energy over a 20-year period. Yingli Green Energy will reportedly supply the PV panels.
This project, say the companies, is the third large-scale solar project for the airport, with it having commissioned a two MW installation in 2008 and a 1.6 MW facility earlier this year.
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