Navajo tribe gets ready for solar array

Navajo tribe gets ready for solar array

U.S. government looks to unleash wealth of energy in New Mexico
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Once built, the solar plant in To’Hajiilee will be the largest on tribal land in the U.S. Here, SunPower Corp. solar panels loom at the office of Consolidated Solar Technologies in Albuquerque.
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Rob Burpo, president of First American Financial Advisors Inc., looks at a map of a planned 30-megawatt solar photovoltaic plant near the Navajo community of To’Hajiilee, N.M. Once constructed, the plant stands to be the largest photovoltaic array on tribal land in the United States.
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With the help of funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Tribal Energy Program, the Navajo community of To’Hajiilee, N.M., has signed an agreement with SunPower Corp., to develop a 30-megawatt photovoltaic array west of Albuquerque. Here, Delores Apache, president of To’Hajiilee Economic Development Inc., points to where solar panels will be installed.
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