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Thunder Bay Hydro is successfully switching on two solar projects.
Renewable Energy Development Manager Jim Kibiuk says combined the panels at Superior North EMS and the Victoriaville Parkade could deliver enough hydro to power 36 homes each year.
"The cooperative nature of a project like this cannot be under estimated," Kibiuk said. "Over a dozen local companies and organizations worked together successfully on these installations. I'd like to express our gratitude for the effort it took to make it happen."
Four more projects are planned for 2013.
Those projects include the Port Arthur arena, and Fort William Road transit facility.
Kibiuk says the projects are part of Thunder Bay Bay Hydro's commitment to building renewable generation in the city.
"Thunder Bay Hydro is building a portfolio of valuable renewable generation assets, one project at a time," Kibiuk said.
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